Vacancy ID: 1044245
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The primary responsibility of this position is to perform the
statistical analysis of data from Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
multi-hospital cooperative clinical trials and epidemiologic studies
coordinated by the Cooperative Studies Program Coordinating Center (CSPCC) at
the VA Maryland Health Care Center (VAMHC), Perry Point, Maryland. Duties of the position include, but are not
limited to, the following:
Serves as a statistical programming expert
within the Cooperative Studies Program Coordinating Center as a member of a
Serves as a statistical programming expert in
the planning of assigned studies, working with the study planning and executive
Collaborates with the biostatistician and the
database management staff in the planning and design of study database
Assists the study team in the development and
selection of study data collection instruments;
Designs, writes, tests and runs Statistical
Analysis Software (SAS) programs, and , where appropriate, uses other
commercial software packages;
Reviews output of statistical programs;
Documents procedures for each statistical
programming job processed;
Assists the biostatistician in the preparation
of interim and final statistical reports as well as preparing results for
publication in scientific journals.
Work Schedule: Full-Time, Monday through Friday, 8:00am to