Location: San Francisco, California
Note: This is 1 year contract that offers full benefits (including medical, dental, vision along with retirement & pension plans).
Under direct supervision, will analyze clinical datasets (with an emphasis on structured and unstructured data in electronic health records systems) to support clinical epidemiology research project. Will write queries of relational databases, develop analytic scripts utilizing biostatistical and machine learning models, apply epidemiologic principles, and self-educate on a variety clinical research domains pertaining to different ongoing projects. The candidate will be responsible for reporting results in oral and written formats.
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