Provide advanced biostatistical and epidemiological study design and data analytic support for a range of internally and externally funded College of Medicine. Research projects range from the basic sciences, clinical studies, clinical-translational studies, evaluation-comparative effectiveness studies, clinical decision and quality improvement initiatives, and health care delivery studies using micro and macro system level data extracted and procured from EMR data systems, clinical and disease specific registries as well as Medicare and other large scale population databases with particular attention to data extraction, data quality and data harmonization using Standard Operating Procedures.
Master’s degree in Biostatistics or related quantitative field with three to five years of experience in a biomedical/scientific research environment required. Demonstrated knowledge of statistical analysis software packages (SAS, SPSS, Stata, R and BMDP) and database systems is required (EMR, Medicare, RedCap, etc. Effective oral and written communication skills are required.
Please submit a resume and introductory cover letter summarizing your qualifications and expertise as well as a list of three references. APPLY ONLINE at: https://www.uvmjobs.com and reference position umber 002685
Additional Salary Information: Salary dependent on education and years of experience
Internal Number: 002685
About University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine
Founded in 1822, The Larner College of Medicine is the seventh oldest medical school in the nation.
Our mission at The Robert Larner, M.D. College of Medicine at The University of Vermont is to educate a diverse group of dedicated physicians and biomedical scientists to serve across all the disciplines of medicine; to bring hope to patients by advancing medical knowledge through research; to integrate education and research to advance the quality and accessibility of patient care; and to engage with our communities to benefit Vermont and the world.
As Vermont's only research university, UVM is an economic engine for the entire state, and the Larner College of Medicine plays a substantial role in creating a significant return on the state's investment. It is estimated that the total economic impact of the Larner College of Medicine exceeds $400 million annually in Vermont, directly and indirectly supporting over 2,600 jobs in the state.