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SWOG is one of five national recognized cooperative oncology groups in the National Clinical Trials Network. The SWOG Statistics and Data Management Center (SDMC) located in Seattle Washington at Fred Hutch, provides leadership in the statistical design, data management, analysis, and reporting of NCTN clinical trials. It contributes to SWOG's overall mission to significantly improve lives through cancer clinical trials and translational research.
This position provides support to a statistical team coordinating clinical trials or epidemiologic research. The incumbent works under the direct supervision of the Senior Statistical Analyst or Analytic Section Manager, will collaborate with a team of statisticians, data coordinators and may work with other medical associates. The incumbent receives direct supervision in performing work assignments. The incumbent refers to the manager for all non-routine decisions.
1. Create and evaluate datasets from SWOG trials to be posted to NCI archives or provided to external researchers
2. Maintenance of SWOG studies in the national database clinicaltrials.gov
3. Study forms development (Common Data Elements specialist)
4. User Acceptance Testing (UAT) for SWOG trial set-up