Time as Reported Grade 052 Program Mgmt Orthopaedics Responsibilities The Department of Orthopaedics seeks to hire a biostatistician with expertise in: clinical study design, power analysis, randomization methods data analysis, data security and management figure preparation regulatory issues writing skills The successful candidate will work with orthopaedic clinical faculty and surgical residents in the performance of both industry and investigator-initiated research. He/she will be expected to educate resident investigators in simple statistical methods as well as perform the analyses necessary to draw meaningful conclusions from the data. In addition, this person will also be expected to write descriptive paragraphs explaining the statistical design and analysis for both manuscript and grant preparation. He/she will also be working with the Departmentâ™s team of health research coordinators for the preparation of IRB protocols. Consultations with the investigators (both faculty and residents) will be by appointment, however, it is likely that these consultations will occur in early morning meetings (i.e. 6:30 AM). Remuneration will be based on time-as-reported hours with the expectation that he/she can provide at least 8 hours/week. Qualifications Bachelor's degree with major course work in social or technical field and some graduate level course work in that field (or library science or information science), and 1-2 yearsâ™ experience in the analysis and dissemination of information; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prefer a Ph.D. in a biostatistical discipline or M.S. with at least 5 yearsâ™ experience in clinical research or equivalent educational and practical training.
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