Research Associate (Population and Quantitative Health Sciences )

The Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine has an available position for a biostatistician at the Research Associate level.  The candidate will work under minimal supervision; the Research Associate will play a key role in medical research in general. The Research Associate is responsible for all respects of statistical considerations from early phase engagement (protocol and grant development, study design), trial monitoring and data management, data analysis, to the final stage of research report and scientific dissemination from a variety of research projects (clinical and pre-clinical), especially cancer research across campus, primarily within the School of Medicine. 

Position requirements are a MS or PhD in biostatistics, computer science, or related discipline with 1-3 years’ experience as a biostatistician in medical research, especially in the area of cancer research. Familiar to clinical trial designs, especially for early phases (1, 2) cancer clinical trials. Familiar to the general theory of database management. Sound knowledge of biology especially cancer biology in blood malignancies is desired, but not required.

The candidate should be able to work independently.   Excellent written and oral communication skills are also required.

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitale along with contact information for three reference to Pingfu Fu at


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