This position is located in the Biostatistical Research Branch (BRB), Division of Clinical Research (DCR), National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), National Institutes of Health (NIH), Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS).Learn more about this agency
If selected for the position, you will perform the following duties:
- Provide statistical consultation to and collaboration with scientists within the Institute and is responsible for selecting and implementing appropriate methods of data collection, summary, and analysis.
- Determine whether the available data or the data to be collected will allow the hypotheses to be tested.
- Apply a variety of statistical techniques such as analysis of variance, probability, time series analysis, regression analysis, contingency tables, survival analysis, tests of significance, confidence intervals, and sample size requirements to laboratory and/or clinical data.
- Develop new statistical methodologies or adapts existing methodologies to analyze data derived from research studies.
- Serve as a resource for staff by providing advice on statistical aspects of research studies to include protocol design, definition of outcomes, sample size and power, methods of statistical analysis, interim monitoring, and the analysis of results.
- Select and applies or supervises the application of appropriate statistical analysis and data processing software related to the assigned duties and to the work of other staff members.
- Develop and formulates plans to design, implement, operate, and maintain data systems for research studies to increase data reliability and quality.
- Prepare reports as required on the progress of assigned projects to include documentation of methods of analysis, computer programs developed, and the results of the analyses.
Occasional travel - Occasional travel
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