UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Biostatistician, Associate or Full Professor and Biostatistician

Position #1: Biostatistician, Associate or Full Professor
Tenure track position from established biostatistician interested in developing statistical methods for health research and experienced as collaborator on clinical or population studies. Substantive interests in survival analysis, longitudinal data or clinical trials are preferred. This is a 12-month appointment available immediately. Persons who, by virtue of publications and grant awards, merit appointment to senior rank are encouraged to apply; less experienced individuals of exceptional promise may be considered.

Our School has an NIH-funded General Clinical Research Center and Centers for research on alcohol, osteoporosis, aging, immunotherapy, biomedical and neuroimaging, vascular biology, molecular medicine and microbial pathogenesis. The Department of Community Medicine has 22 full-time faculty with over $5M in extramural research funding in chronic disease epidemiology, biostatistics, the medical humanities, health services and behavioral medicine. We will provide a competitive salary and benefits package, along with generous startup and equipment support. Appointment to the Department of Statistics is possible.

Applications will be considered through September 2001. Interested persons should submit a CV, a statement detailing their potential pursue an independent area of research and names of 3 references to: Joseph Sheehan, PhD, Division of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington CT 06030-6325.

Position #2: Biostatistician
Non-tenure track position directing a new Biostatistical Consulting Service. The individual is expected to assist UCHC investigators in preparation of proposals for extramural funding, provide guidance regarding database managment, advise investigators who are carrying out routine statistical analysis of data and complete non-routine statistical analyses for them. As director, the individual also will have administrative responsibility for developing and supervising staff, preparing and implementing budgets and monitoring client satisfaction. The Biostatistical Consulting Service is considered a vital position for our Health Center and long-term funding of this initiative is anticipated. Our School has an NIH-funded General Clinical Research Center and Centers for research on alcohol, osteoporosis, aging, immunotherapy, biomedical and neuroimaging, vascular biology, molecular medicine and microbial pathogenesis. The Department of Community Medicine has 22 full-time faculty with over $5M in extramural research funding in chronic disease epidemiology, biostatistics, the medical humanities, health services and behavioral medicine.

This is a 12-month appointment available immediately. Persons with experience collaborating/consulting on health research are encouraged to apply before September 20001 by submitting a CV, a statement detailing their prior experience and statistical background, and names of 3 references to: David Gregorio, PhD, Director Division of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Farmington CT 06030-6325.