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Staff-level Biostatistician supporting School of Nursing Studies. Write statistical methods and power analysis sections for grant proposals. Generate statistical analyses to support doctoral student and faculty research. Engage in sophisticated data wrangling, including claims data. Conduct appropriate statistical analyses using statistical languages (Stata, SAS, R, SPSS), including summarizing and disseminating analytic findings. Lead and mentor BECCA interns in tasks involving statistical programming, data management, and the application of statistical methods. Research and apply novel analytic and statistical methods as appropriate. Write and edit statistical methods sections for abstract and manuscript submissions.
M.S. in Statistics/Biostatistics with 2-3 years of work experience and relevant programming experience in Stata, SAS, R, and SPSS required. Experience using logistic regression, Poisson regression, GEE modeling and mixed effects regression desired. Experience and expertise is required in categorical data analysis, longitudinal data analysis using mixed effects modeling and GEE modeling, propensity score modeling, non-linear distributed lag analysis, survival analysis, structural equation modeling, path analysis, and regression and decision tree modeling. Knowledge of high-dimensional data analysis techniques preferred. Demonstrated record of collaborative research and contributions to manuscript writing, demonstrated ability to analyze longitudinal observational studies. Excellent written and interpersonal skills needed.
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