Statistician Jobs in San Francisco, California


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POSITION SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Senior Manager, Clinical Informatics, the Senior Statistician is responsible for providing analytical and research support to conduct healthcare informatics product development and custom analytic projects. Utilizes expertise in biostatistics/statistics and SAS programming to develop project design documents with appropriate data selection, aggregatio...
The successful candidate will partner with HEOR, Real World Data & Analytics (RWDnA), Medical and Clinical colleagues to develop projects that make optimal use of registry and other observational study data. Job Responsibilities: · Provide a dedicated resource to product teams to deliver statistical expertise and contributions to the analysis and interpretation of registry and other observational...
The Medical Director will analyze the literature and FDA documents, will design clinical strategy for a new product and will keep up to date in the pertinent therapeutic areas. The Medical Director will write protocols, consent forms and will help to design data collection forms. The Medical Director will assess the risk:benefit of any given product under development or being considered for develo...

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