The Research Data Analyst will support research data collection, management, and analysis activities as part of a coordinating center for a consortium conducting clinical trials in the area of orthopaedic trauma. Primary responsibilities are as follows:
Execute sophisticated statistical analyses of complex clinical trials and observational studies. Assist with development and implementation of novel methodologies under direction of Principal Statistician.
Prepare and maintain evolving analytic datasets suitable for primary, secondary, and multi-study comprehensive analyses.
Implement data-driven, reproducible reporting processes for the routine management of multiple studies at multiple clinical sites.
Produce publication-quality tables and figures while adhering to reproducible research standards.
Successfully collaborate with cross-disciplinary members of study teams including the Principal Investigator, Principal Statistician, Study Director, and Study Coordinator.
Present research findings to clinical and methodological audiences.
Master's degree in quantitative or computational discipline with a minimum of 2 years of related experience required. The candidate should have excellent organizational, communication and writing skills. Excellent programming skills in SAS, Stata, R, or equivalent statistical package required.
Prior data analysis experience in biological, medical, or public health setting strongly preferred. Prior collaborative research experience a plus. Experience working with data close to the point of data generation or collection is desirable.
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