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The Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research and Prevention (SCHARP) is seeking a Statistical Research Associate to provide statistical support to clinical trials and research studies, which may include some or all of the following: participate in protocol team conference calls, review protocol drafts, write statistical analysis plans, perform statistical analyses; provide input into data collection, data management and analysis systems; assist in the development of quality assurance for on-going data collection; and document and archive statistical documents.
The incumbent works independently primarily designing, developing, coordinating and performing statistical aspects of study design, implementation, and statistical analyses. Serves as lead on more than 1 protocol and provides mentorship to at least 1 other SRA. The incumbent works well under pressure and has established a positive and productive working relationship with faculty statisticians. Technical skills are strong and dependable and productivity is high demonstrated by excellent quality analyses and adherence to deadlines.
May include some or all of the following:
Preferred Qualifications: Experience with R, pharmacokinetics analysis and with laboratory assay data.