This position is funded for two years through a research grant and it's expected that research results ultimately will be published in nationally prominent scientific journals. The research design is best described as Cluster Randomization in health care. Units of observation are patients 65 years or older who have been diagnosed as having diabetes.
The Biostatistician will have primary responsibility for assuring continual data integrity of the research database, conducting data analysis, producing reports for internal and external audiences, and for assisting in communicating results orally and in writing.
Candidates should have a Master's degree or equivalent training and experience in biostatistics, statistics, or related field and experience in experimental designs and model building techniques. Should be proficient in MS Access, Excel, Word and either SPSS, SAS or equivalent advanced statistical software. Must have excellent verbal and written skills and strong organization and interpersonal skills.
Please submit resume to Careers@baylordallas.edu attention KE or fax to 214-820-9610.