Serve as Scientific Lead and/or co-investigator/co-PI on projects/programs.
Determine direction of research projects/programs alongside Principal Investigator (PI).
Lead data coordination efforts with disparate entities connecting to data meshes.
Participate in Software Development Lifecycle, serving as delegate product owner role, as needed.
Provide feedback on software development demonstrations, determining whether and to what extent acceptance criteria are met.
Provide project oversight as relevant, collaborating with technical, scientific, and other management leaders.
Write and assist writing research papers and grant and contract applications and deliverables.
Seek out and consider research opportunities relevant to the Centerâ™s mission.
Participate in budget management, as needed.
Mentor technical, scientific, and other project staff as relevant to develop the Centerâ™s personnel and mission and better pursue project and program goals and deliverables.
Develops long-range plans for research projects and oversees the development of research projects. Ensures research projects progress according to plan.
Manages, investigates, modifies and applies new procedures, techniques or applications of technology. Oversees the establishment of goals and operating procedures, practices, and guidelines. Develops research in area of expertise. Writes articles, reports and manuscripts. Presents research findings at meetings and/or conference.
Performs other related work as needed.
Masterâ™s degree in one of the following fields: math, statistics, computer science, data science, physical science, or biological science.
Strong foundation in areas of statistics, mathematics, and software development.
Experience as PI, co-PI, or co-I.
10+ years of experience in performing, consulting on, and/or leading research.
10+ years of experience in biostatistics, bioinformatics, or data science.
Experience using SaaS-based tools for obtaining data and executing research.
Experience working in and serving in leadership roles within research consortia.
Experience preparing and publishing scientific papers.
Experience in research areas including, but not necessarily limited to: opioid use disorder, inflammatory bowel disease, aging, and/or health disparities.
Experience with researching over the following data types: imaging, health records, demographics, transcriptomics, biometrics, public record, proteomics, genetics, actigraphy, and/or behavior.
Understanding of driving open source software roadmaps based on user and stakeholder needs.
Knowledge of opioid use disorder and related research problems and challenges.
Knowledge of data governance requirements like IRBs, DUAs, DCAs, etc.
Strong communication skills.
Deep understanding of data coordination centers and the challenges to these centers experience when making data FAIR.
Understanding of project management methodologies and software development frameworks like agile, scrum, devops, etc.
Understanding of privacy, security, and compliance issues related to modern technology.
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