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Position: Research Fellow/Senior Statistician
Institution: Imperial College London
Location: London, United Kingdom
Duties: You will provide statistical support in all aspects of design, implementation, conduct, analysis and dissemination of results for clinical trials and related research studies to Investigators based in DoSC and other Investigators as appropriate, working as part of ICTU. You will also line manage junior statisticians and provide guidance, supervision, and support to the study coordinators and researchers working across all areas under their responsibility
Requirements: You must hold a PhD or equivalent in statistics, medical statistics, or a related mathematical field. Knowledge and demonstrable interest in clinical trials is essential for this role and you should have extensive experience of using standard statistical packages, such as STATA, R and SAS. You should understand the ethical and regulatory issues relating to medical research and clinical trials, and fundamental principles of clinical trials and biomarker development
   
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The Surgery therapeutic area of ICTU (ICTU-Surgery) is a well-established group supported by the Department of Surgery & Cancer, the School of Public Health and the Imperial Academic... Job listing information Reference MED02865 Date posted 4 January 2022 Closing date 2 February 2022 Key information about the role Location White City Campus (map) Position type Full time, fixed term Salary £47,179 - £55,839 plus benefits Department School of Public Health Category Researcher / Non Clinical Researcher Job description Job summary The Imperial Clinical Trials Unit (ICTU) is a UKCRC fully registered clinical trials unit and brings together academic, clinical and trial management expertise to deliver world-class clinical trials of all phases and designs, across multiple therapeutic areas. The Surgery therapeutic area of ICTU (ICTU-Surgery) is a well-established group supported by the Department of Surgery & Cancer, the School of Public Health and the Imperial Academic Health Science Centre at Imperial College London. The Cancer Clinical Trials Section (CCTS) of the Department of Surgery & Cancer has successfully developed and run multinational breast cancer trials through the International Collaborative Cancer Group (ICCG) for over 25 years. CCTS have more recently extended the remit of the unit to undertake research activities in all phases of drug/device development. This includes ovary, cervical pre-cancer and cancer of unknown primary, as well as exciting new imaging and translational research initiatives. As well as working closely with ICTU collaboration studies, the CCTS runs early phase medical oncology, imaging and surgical trials with support from Imperial Experimental Cancer Medicines Centre (ECMC). Job Summary We are looking for an ambitious and capable Research Fellow to be the portfolio lead for ICTU’s surgical and cancer trial portfolio, with a primary focus on surgical trials. You will work alongside the dedicated Operations Manager to support the development and expansion of the surgical trial portfolio. The post offers career development within a world-leading and supportive research environment, working with clinicians and clinical trial teams with years of experience in surgical and cancer research. The position is located within ICTU and you will join a large and supportive group of statisticians working on clinical trials. Duties and responsibilities You will provide statistical support in all aspects of design, implementation, conduct, analysis and dissemination of results for clinical trials and related research studies to Investigators based in DoSC and other Investigators as appropriate, working as part of ICTU. You will also line manage junior statisticians and provide guidance, supervision, and support to the study coordinators and researchers working across all areas under their responsibility. Essential requirements You must hold a PhD or equivalent in statistics, medical statistics, or a related mathematical field. Knowledge and demonstrable interest in clinical trials is essential for this role and you should have extensive experience of using standard statistical packages, such as STATA, R and SAS. You should understand the ethical and regulatory issues relating to medical research and clinical trials, and fundamental principles of clinical trials and biomarker development. Please see the Job Description for a full list of duties, responsibilities and essential requirements. Further information This is a full time, fixed term role for 3 years in the first instance, and is funded by both ICTU (www.imperial.ac.uk/clinical-trials-unit/) and DoSC (www.imperial.ac.uk/department-surgery-cancer). You will be required to travel between Imperial College’s campuses to meet and work with collaborators. Should you require any further details on the role please contact Dr Graham Wheeler (graham.wheeler@imperial.ac.uk). The College is a proud signatory to the San-Francisco Declaration on Research Assessment (DORA), which means that in hiring and promotion decisions, we evaluate applicants on the quality of their work, not the journal impact factor where it is published. For more information, see https://www.imperial.ac.uk/research-and-innovation/about-imperial-research/research-evaluation/ The College believes that the use of animals in research is vital to improve human and animal health and welfare. 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