Oregon Health & Sciences University
General Clinical Research Center


 The General Clinical Research Center at the Oregon Health & Sciences University (OHSU) is seeking a biostatistician with an
 Academic appointment at the rank of Associate or Full Professor. A successful candidate will join a growing group of biostatistics
 faculty at OHSU who pursue independent research interests, collaborate with medical investigators, work on statistical
 methodology problems with applications in health sciences, and teach in training programs for health professionals.
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  The General Clinical Research Center is an NIH funded (36 years of continuous funding) facility that supports all aspects of human
 investigation.  The GCRC biostatistician provides consultative service in a broad array of research situations.  Applicants with
 independent research programs are encouraged.  Candidates must hold a Ph.D. in biostatistics, statistics or equivalent field; have
 excellent oral and written communication skills; enjoy collaborating with physicians, basic science and other biomedical
 investigators; and have a strong commitment to excellence in research. Those with broad consulting interests as well as those with
 experience in clinical trials or statistical genetics with applications in population genetics are strongly encouraged to apply.

 Applicants should send a curriculum vita, summaries of research and teaching objectives
 and arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent to:

Gary Sexton, PhD
GCRC Biostatistics Faculty Search Committee
Oregon Health & Sciences University
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd
Mail Code CR107
Portland, OR 97239
or send email to

 Position open until filled.

 OHSU is committed to a policy of affirmative action and equal opportunity. We recognize
 that our efforts to maintain high caliber services are enhanced and improved by recruiting
 and employing highly qualified individuals from diverse cultures and groups represented in
 today's society.