Wake Forest University

Immediate openings for tenure track Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor.

Immediate openings for tenure track Assistant, Associate, and Full Professor. Successful applicants will collaborate with medical and public health professionals on local, national and international medical research projects, conduct methodologic research in clinical trials, longitudinal analysis, statistical genetics, spatial statistics, survey samples, or other areas of interest, and teach graduate courses in biostatistics. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in biostatistics, statistics or a related field with a broad theoretical background and experience collaborating in a multidisciplinary setting. Excellent written and oral communication skills required.

The Section: The expanding Section on Biostatistics has a strong research emphasis and currently includes 29 biostatisticians (14 faculty), 17 programmer/analysts, 8 project managers and their support staff. Biostatistical research interests of the section include sequential analysis, longitudinal categorical analysis, robust regression, survival analysis, incomplete data, computer-intensive methodology, statistical genetics, and clinical trial design. Members perform methodologic research and participate in local, national and international medical research projects. The Department has nationally recognized programs in aging, diabetes, arteriosclerosis, genetics, cancer, and women?s health and ranks second nationally in NIH funding among similar departments. For details about the department and current job opportunities, visit http//:www.phs.wfubmc.edu.

Candidates should send current CV and 2 letters of reference to

Margie Troxler,
Department of Public Health Sciences,
Wake Forest University School of Medicine,
Medical Center Boulevard,
Winston-Salem, NC 27157-1063

or e-mail mtroxler@wfubmc.edu.