Hours: 40 hours per week
Primary Function: Working will all ophthalmology subspecialties in a team environment, the Senior Biostatistician is responsible for the statistical soundness and timely delivery of all statistical input/deliverables for assigned projects, grants, proposals, progress reports, manuscripts, and presentations. Interacts with and supports investigators, project directors, project managers, medical students, residents, and fellows involved in research. Acts as lead statistician in a clinical research environment and supervises one master’s level biostatistician. The biostatistician will be eligible for a faculty appointment in the Department of Ophthalmology at the Sidney Kimmel College of Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University.
Requirements: PhD with a minimum of 2 years proven clinical research experience (ophthalmology experience preferred) in clinical biostatistics methods and processes is required. Must have sound understanding of the entire study design process and have the ability to anticipate and manage through potential issues that could arise during study recruitment, randomization, data analysis, and writing up results. Excellent oral and written communication skills, especially when communicating statistical issues and methods to statisticians and the research team.
Interested applicants, please send resume to Human Resources: