Research Biostatistician


Research Biostatisticians work as members of a team of statisticians who are engaged in a wide variety of collaborative projects in clinical, laboratory and cancer prevention research (See Faculty Position in Biostatistics). A three level promotional track supports professional development which is fostered through direct supervision of work and regular participation in Service activities such as the Design Workshop, guest and faculty seminars, and the Journal Club.
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Application Requirements

These positions require a Master’s degree in biostatistics or statistics, proficiency in statistical software packages, database manipulation, and good verbal and written communications skills.