Clinical SAS Statistical Analyst Oncology RWE Medical Statistics
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POSITION/TITLE: Statistical analyst, Medical Statistics DEPARTMENT/TEAM DESCRIPTION: Oncology. The primary responsibility of the Statistical analyst, Medical Statistics is to work closely with statisticians and perform data analyses for Medical Affairs studies/projects in the area of oncology: post-marketing observational and real world evidence (RWE) studies, collaborative clinical studies and regulatory submissions. Perform exploratory data analyses from existing clinical trials. POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Provide statistical programming support for assigned clinical or observational studies Perform analyses from real world databases (e.g., Electronic Health Records, medical claims, registries etc.) Provide technical expertise to implement statistical methodology for complex studies Develop and implement standard programs and/or programming templates, as needed Create TLF and dataset specifications, in collaboration with statisticians Guide/Oversee CRO programmers for outsourced studies Ensure quality and timely deliverables for all assigned studies/projects Perform ad-hoc/exploratory data analyses, as needed Participate in the sNDA activities, as needed Collaborate with global cross-functional teams REQUIREMENTS/PREFERENCES Education Requirement(s): BS/MS in Statistics/Biostatistics/Epidemiology/Computer Science or a related field 3 years statistical programming with SAS or R in pharmaceutical or biotech Programming experience in SDTM or ADAM data structures is preferred Programming experience in observational studies is a plus Programming experience with large RWE databases such as FlatIron/Optum/Truven is a plus Oncology experience is preferred Excellent interpersonal, presentation and communication skills; Self starter Worker Shift Start Time AM - 08:00 AM - provided by Dice. Associated topics: antibody, aseptic, bacteria, dietary, industrial hygienist, microbiology, nephrology, nutrition, pharmacology, therapy