Brown University
Center for Statistical Sciences

Biostatistician         Search number M1111

The Center for Statistical Sciences at Brown University has an immediate opening for a biostatistician.  The biostatistician will be
part of a team undertaking methodologic research in HIV/AIDS.  S/he will be responsible for scientific programming and data analyses, supervision of work by RA's, occasional consultations with clinical investigators, and preparation of relevant reports & manuscripts.  Candidates should have a master's degree in biostatistics, statistics, or biometry.  A master's degree in a related field may be sufficient if all appropriate advanced statistical course work has been completed, or combination of extensive statistical training and experience is evident.  Candidates must exhibit excellent written and oral communication skills.  Experience with data from HIV/AIDS studies preferred.  Working knowledge of scientific programming languages (e.g. Fortran, Matlab), major statistical software (e.g. SAS, S-Plus), and familiarity with Windows and Unix environment are highly desirable.

Interested applicants should forward a letter of application, an updated curriculum vitae, a list of relevant courses taken, and 2
letters of recommendation to:

Ms. Diane Deignan, Admin. Coord.
Center for Statistical Sciences
Brown University, Box G-H
Providence, RI 02912

To send your application by email, please send to:

Brown University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and actively seeks applications from qualified minorities and protected groups.

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