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Position: Lead Biostatistician
Institution: University of Glasgow
Location: Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
Duties: To work independently to provide statistical input into the design and conduct of assigned CTU studies; To play a major role in the co-ordination and management of trials as a member of Trial Management Groups; To plan and manage workloads and timelines within a study; To contribute to grant funding applications as statistical co-investigator, contributing to development from initial contact through to submission, to secure funding which makes a significant contribution to the CTU; To be responsible for all statistical aspects (programming, writing analysis plans and reports, and contributing to manuscripts for publication) of assigned studies; To attend Data Monitoring Committees (DMCs) and Trial Steering Committees (TSCs); To be responsible for the implementation of statistical quality assurance in line with the CTU Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Requirements: Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework level 11 (MSc) in Statistics or Biostatistics or a good level 10 (honours BSc) in Statistics or Statistics with Mathematics, with significant relevant experience and evidence of good quality published research outputs; Extensive knowledge of biostatistics; Extensive knowledge of the use of statistical packages such as SAS, SPSS or R; Extensive knowledge of clinical trial designs as applied to oncology; Extensive knowledge of the regulatory requirements applying to the conduct of clinical trials
   
Text: Lead Biostatistician To work independently to provide statistical input into the design and conduct of assigned CTU studies; To play a major role in the co-ordination and management of trials as a member of Trial Management Groups; To plan and manage workloads and timelines within a study; To contribute to grant funding applications as statistical co-investigator, contributing to development from initial contact through to submission, to secure funding which makes a significant contribution to the CTU; To be responsible for all statistical aspects (programming, writing analysis plans and reports, and contributing to manuscripts for publication) of assigned studies; To attend Data Monitoring Committees (DMCs) and Trial Steering Committees (TSCs); To be responsible for the implementation of statistical quality assurance in line with the CTU Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework level 11 (MSc) in Statistics or Biostatistics or a good level 10 (honours BSc) in Statistics or Statistics with Mathematics, with significant relevant experience and evidence of good quality published research outputs; Extensive knowledge of biostatistics; Extensive knowledge of the use of statistical packages such as SAS, SPSS or R; Extensive knowledge of clinical trial designs as applied to oncology; Extensive knowledge of the regulatory requirements applying to the conduct of clinical trials
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