Oncology Biostatistics & Bioinformatics Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center
BIOSTATISTICIANS Staff (MS) Level Positions
The Division of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics of the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, founded in 1988, is a leader in statistical applications in cancer research. We conduct methodologic research in biostatistics and bioinformatics to advance cancer research, provide biostatistics and bioinformatics support to medical investigators in cancer and other conditions, and teach research methodology in a wide variety of academic programs in the Johns Hopkins Schools of Public Health and Medicine. The Division currently has 17 doctoral-level and 9 masters-level biostatisticians or bioinformaticians and has strong research and teaching connections with the Departments of Biostatistics and Epidemiology in the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Please visit our website: www.cancerbiostats.onc.jhmi.edu
Staff Biostatisticians: We are recruiting staff statisticians to work with faculty and investigators on collaborative biomedical research and methodologic development. These positions expand a highly successful group of quantitative scientists working collaboratively with both clinical and basic science faculty in the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. These positions require a master's degree or higher in biostatistics, statistics, or related field and practical experience in biomedical study design and analysis. Strong written and oral communication skills are necessary, as is experience with a range of statistical software. Prior experience working at an academic medical research center is desirable, especially in oncology.
Application Procedure: Applicants should apply through the Johns Hopkins University recruiting site (https://jobs.jhu.edu/) for job req. ID 53510 (Biostatistician) or 53511 (Senior Biostatistician).
Applications will be considered until the positions are filled.
The Johns Hopkins University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. We strongly encourage qualified women and under-represented minorities to apply.