University of Colorado Health Sciences Center

Biostatistician Assistant or Associate Professor

The Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics announces the availability of one or two full-time tenure-eligible faculty positions, at the Assistant or Associate Professor level. Successful candidates should demonstrate a strong record, appropriate to the number of years of experience, in collaborative research, development of statistical methods, teaching and advising at the graduate level, and consulting.

The Section of Biometrics currently includes 21 faculty members based in the department and affiliated institutions. We offer MS and PhD degrees in Biometrics and participate in the MSPH and PhD in Epidemiology programs in the department. Our methodological research includes cancer and AIDS clinical trials, longitudinal and time series analysis, and survival analysis. We are involved in collaborative studies in Types I and II diabetes; cancer epidemiology, prevention and treatment; aging; infectious disease epidemiology and prevention; and human nutrition. Collaborative opportunities exist within the UCHSC as well as with our many affiliated institutions.

We are especially interested in expanding teaching and research in the following areas: categorical data analysis, nonparametric data analysis, Bayesian statistics, statistical computing, nonlinear and pharmacokinetic modeling, and design and analysis of clinical trials. Experience and interest in the following application areas is highly desirable: cancer epidemiology, clinical trials and prevention; infectious diseases; and health services and health outcomes (including pharmacy) research.

Applicants should have a PhD/ScD in biostatistics or a related field. Interested candidates please send a letter, CV and reference letters to Gary Zerbe, UCHSC, 4200 E. 9th Ave., Campus Box B-119, Denver, CO 80262; an electronic version of each should also be sent to: Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. For information about the Biometrics Section, the department and the UCHSC visit

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