The Senior Biostatistician uses prior work experience to ensure the statistical integrity and accuracy of research data. Based on training and work experience, the Biostatistician will perform statistical design, modeling, and analyses on both research and customer data. The Biostatistician will collaborate with internal scientists in product development, research, and external scientists, in the development of statistical analysis plans. The Biostatistician will work with diagnostics on the creation of new gene and protein signatures, and on analysis plans that satisfy the appropriate regulatory agencies. This individual will provide statistical summaries and reports of studies in the support of their work with product development, research, and external collaborators; and works with scientists and engineers to ensure the proper use of statistical methodology and interpretation of results.
Development of gene-expression and protein-expression based diagnostics and signatures
Development of novel statistical methodology for the analysis of gene expression, proteomics, and sequence data
Applied analyses of gene expression and multi-omics data, up to and including both Bayesian and mixed effect linear modelling
Statistical consultations with scientists throughout the company in the development of algorithms, statistical analysis plans, and statistical reports
Development of statistical software to help biologists analyze multi-omic data
Work in collaboration with other statisticians and biologists
Develop own R&D focused research that aligns with corporate goals
4+ years of relevant work experience.
Master's in statistics/biostatistics.
Advanced R programming skills
Graduate-level coursework in applied statistics including training in the following
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