- Title: Biostatistician/ Epidemiologist
- Code: RCI-BMS-28212-1
- Location: Lawrenceville New Jersey (NJ) 08648
- Posted Date: 08/12/2019
- Duration: 4 Months
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- Name:Vishal Trivedi
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 908-704-8843 ✖ 435
- The Biostatistician/ Epidemiologist is an individual contributor responsible for performing non-interventional research projects in support of HEOR, pharmacovigilance, and other customer groups.
- Project work includes identification of appropriate data sources, execution of protocol-related programming, analysis and summary of data and collaboration with customer on presentation of results.
- Conduct thorough and careful analysis of data, to effectively produce required information.
- Includes assisting with identification of appropriate data sources for the research objectives, acquiring and storing the data for the project, programming the appropriate statistical analyses using company’s standard tools, delivering results to customers in appropriate formats and media, and assisting with follow-up questions.
- Actively engage with protocol authors and researchers to identify issues and influence resolutions.
- Communicate the results of any analyses conducted effectively orally and in writing.
- Manage complex work environment, balancing demands from multiple customers to execute projects.
- Make sound scientific decisions based on a balance of data, analysis and experience.
- Advanced degree in a quantitative discipline such as biostatistics, epidemiology or a related field.
- Minimum 3 years of Pharmaceutical and/or Epidemiology/ Outcomes Research experience
- Demonstrated abilities to analyze observational data for pharmaco-epidemiology, outcomes research, and market research.
- Ability to use appropriate statistical methods common in outcomes research and epidemiology.
- Proficient in SAS programming (> 5 years’ experience) to execute these studies.
- Manage research projects.
- Ability to effectively communicate a study's objectives, methods and findings