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Senior Research Biostatistician

Company Information

The Nemours Center for Healthcare Delivery Science (CHDS; www.nemours.org/pediatric-research/area/health-care-delivery-science.html) is an enterprise-wide center across the Nemours Children’s Healthcare System in Delaware and Florida that conducts research on variables and processes that affect the delivery, safety, outcomes, cost, quality, and value of pediatric health care. The Senior Research Biostatistician would join our team in Delaware, but would have the opportunity to collaborate with center faculty from across the entire CHDS. Nemours is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity or gender.

Duties and Responsibilities

We seek a Senior Research Biostatistician who has knowledge and expertise in a diverse set of statistical and methodological skills. Qualified candidates will be able to support all aspects of research planning and execution, including grant submissions, and will have an interest in working collaboratively with other CHDS investigators. Opportunities exist to develop an independent, complementary program of research and to participate in the training and supervision of research coordinators, students, fellows, and faculty within the healthcare system.

Position Qualifications

Candidates must have a doctoral degree in biostatistics, quantitative psychology, or a closely related field. At least five years of postdoctoral experience is preferred but not required. A demonstrated program of biostatistics research and innovation (e.g., collaborative publications, first or senior author publications in peer reviewed journals) is highly desired.