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- This position is to begin approximately August 1, 2018. Continuation of appointment is contingent upon satisfactory performance and availability of funds.
- Leads the statistical analyses of epidemiologic (including diet or other lifestyle factors), biomarker, genomic, epigenomic, metabolomic, gut microbiome and/or imaging data acquired from ongoing epidemiological investigations in Multiethnic Cohort participants; Works closely with study investigators as well as program staff, computer programmers and bio-statisticians to meet study goals.
- Performs statistical analyses of research data from both cohort and case-control studies; Regularly meets with the Principal Investigator and other investigators to assist in developing materials and to report on progress and problems or difficulties with the statistical analysis.
- Drafts manuscripts suitable for submission and publication in high-impact journals in the field based on findings; Reviews draft manuscripts with the Principal Investigator and other study investigators for revisions.
- Presents findings at suitable national conferences and meetings, as well as internal seminars at UHCC; Participates in journal clubs and seminars; Attends research study and staff meetings.
- Possession of a PhD, DrPH, or MD/MPH from an accredited college or university in epidemiology, biostatistics, or related disciplines;
- One to three (1-3) years of experience in the statistical analysis of complex datasets, the writing of manuscripts for publication in high-impact peer-reviewed scientific journals, and presentations at national or international scientific conferences;
- Knowledge of epidemiologic study designs, and statistical analysis techniques for population studies;
- Knowledge of human biology and pathophysiology is required;
- Ability to think critically and creatively as part of a fast-paced research team;
- Possession of proven manuscript writing skills;
- Proficiency in typing, SAS or equivalent statistical software, word processing using Microsoft Word, and spreadsheet manipulation using Microsoft Excel;
- Possession of strong communication skills;
- Be able to work independently with some guidance from the mentor.
- Experience in conducting genetic and omic epidemiologic studies;
- Experience with research study data collection;
- Experience in analyzing dietary and/or nutritional data for epidemiologic studies;
- Knowledge of cancer pathology and terminology;
- Experience in writing grant applications.
- University of Hawaii Cancer Center
- Recruitment - Position #0085909T
- Attn: Human Resources Office
- 701 Ilalo Street 6th Floor
- Honolulu, HI 96813
- Loic Le Marchand; firstname.lastname@example.org
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