Evidation Health is a new kind of health and measurement company that provides the technology and guidance to understand how everyday behavior and health interact. The volumes of behavior data generated from wearables and smartphones has opened up new ways to analyze individuals’ behavior and health in real time. With a virtual pool of 3 million research participants, Evidation Health undertakes research for innovative biopharma and health care companies to transform how diseases are identified, treated, and monitored.

Evidation Health is seeking a Health Outcomes Research Senior Associate to lead the design and execution of technology-based clinical trials for our biopharma clients. The Senior Associate will collaborate across the Health Outcomes Research, Data Science, Enterprise Delivery, and Commercial teams to design observational clinical studies that aim to generate insights into how behavioral data can be used to understand disease progression, symptoms, quality of life and other health outcomes. The Health Outcomes Research Senior Associate will serve as the healthcare expert on these projects, leading the design of these studies to ensure they are designed and conducted in a clinically rigorous way and generate clinically meaningful results. Upon study completion, the Senior Associate will work with the Data Science and Biostatistics teams to tie results to clinical significance, both in analysis and in final report and manuscript creation.

This role is based in San Mateo. Some travel may be required to attend client meetings and conferences.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Lead design for assigned clinical study client projects
    • Conduct literature reviews and research on specific disease and therapy areas to support protocol and manuscript development
    • Draft clinical study protocols, informed consent forms, case report forms and other study materials for IRB submission
    • Collaborate with biopharma clients and internal teams during the design process
  • Collaborate with the data science and biostatistics teams to help prepare statistical analysis plans and identify which analyses should be conducted to generate clinically meaningful study results for our clients
  • Conduct descriptive and endpoint analyses for client projects and internal research studies
  • Prepare client deliverables, including PowerPoint presentations and reports
  • Co-author and prepare abstracts, posters, and presentations for conferences, and manuscripts for publication in peer-reviewed medical journals
  • Collaborate with the Commercial team to scope out potential clinical research projects for clients
  • Clearly synthesize and communicate findings and recommendations from research to cross-functional team members and clients
  • Assist in designing and running claims analyses, economic modeling analyses, and market research
  • Drive cross-functional initiatives around improving study design and analysis processes
  • At times, assist with day-to-day task management for junior Health Outcomes Research team members

QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Qualifications

  • Undergraduate university degree required
  • 5+ years experience working for or with biopharma companies
  • Ability to synthesize clinical research and communicate ideas in oral or written form clearly and concisely to varied audiences
  • Experience with quantitative analysis methods
  • Demonstrated writing ability for medical journal publications
  • Strong project management, organizational, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Efficient multi-tasker able to juggle multiple projects simultaneously
  • Works well independently and with minimal direction at times
  • Versatile team player with affinity for collaborative environment
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Preferred Qualifications

  • Healthcare-focused graduate degree
  • Start-up and biopharma experience
  • Proficient in a statistical software (e.g., R, Python, SAS, Stata)

BENEFITS

  • Health, dental, and vision benefits for you and competitive coverage for your family
  • Equity
  • Flexible work hours
  • Open vacation policy - take time when you need it
  • Support for remote work when needed
  • Relaxed work environment
  • Your choice of computing equipment and gear
  • Lots of opportunities for growth
  • Opportunity to work on fascinating challenges that improve people’s lives
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