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The scientist in this position will be responsible for the development and maintenance of a clinical database for patients with a diagnosis of CLL and SLL (including Richter’s transformation). The scientist will work with clinical staff and research staff to coordinate the clinical database with a corresponding tissue database. The scientist will be actively involved in research projects using the clinical database.
MD or PhD in the health sciences, specializing in malignancies. Outstanding skill needed in assessment of the significance of clinical issues, ability to create organizational structure, and attention to detail in categorization. Conceptual ability necessary to perceive the import of findings, draw conclusions, and visualize patterns. Statistical experience is critical to analyze data and prepare manuscripts.