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Job Title: Biostatistical Programmer/Analyst
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Organization: Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Department of Environmental Medicine an
Posted: 1/16/2018
Type: Full-Time
Classification: Environmental Health
Industry: Academic Institutions
Number of Openings: 1
Location: New York,  NY   
Compensation: Commensurate with experience
Position Description: Biostatistical Programmer/Analyst for epidemiologic studies of environmental exposures and children’s health. Working as a member of the Statistical Resource team of the Children’s Health Exposure Analysis Resource (CHEAR) Data Center, the individual will be an integral team member providing analytic support requiring high-level analytic skills.

Reviewing proposed project applications, working closely with CHEAR users recommending analytic strategies to accommodate study design, planning, preparing, and interpreting statistical analysis plans, advising researchers on analytic problems, and preparing reports on analytic plans. Performing biostatistical analyses using SAS and/or R to perform data analysis including working with complex and possibly high dimensional data sets. Summarizing results including writing text for papers, grants, and reports. Maintaining files and records. Opportunity for co-authorship of scientific research papers.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in biostatistics, epidemiology or related field. Proficiency with SAS and/or R programming required. Demonstrated knowledge of statistical research principles, methods, procedures and standards. Experience analyzing and interpreting observational research data as well as applying a range of statistical techniques in support of epidemiologic research. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing required. Experience in working with metabolomic, epigenenetic and/or microbiome datasets a plus but not required.

Organization Description: The Children’s Health Exposure Analysis Resource, or CHEAR, is a program funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to advance understanding about how the environment impacts children’s health and development. CHEAR provides children’s health researchers access to laboratory analysis of environmental exposures and data analysis consultation at no cost to the investigator.

Closing Date: 4/16/2018
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Contact Name: Chris Gennings,  Biostatistical Programmer/Analyst
Contact Location: Dept. Environmental Medicine and Public Health
1 Gustave Levy Place, Box 1057
New York   NY  10029
Contact Location: Dept. Environmental Medicine and Public Health
  1 Gustave Levy Place, Box 1057
  New York   NY  10029
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How to Apply: Interested applicants should email a cover letter, resume/CV and contact information for 2-3 references as a single PDF document to: Chris Gennings PhD

Additional Information: Information about CHEAR can be found at:

Web Site Delete Date: 6/30/2018