Open Positions

Some open positions are handled directly through Department faculty.
Others involve going through the CWRU H.R. department. 
Each description includes instructions about how to apply. 

Postdoctoral Fellow, working with Department Chair, Jonathan L. Haines, PhD, focusing on quantitative genomic studies related to Alzheimer’s disease and other neurological disorders. The successful candidate should have a PhD (or equivalent experience) in genetics, genomics, epidemiology, computational biology, bioinformatics, biostatistics, or computer sciences, and have experience or interest in computational, analytical, or statistical genomics research.  

Read more and download a pdf here with instructions about how to apply. 

Research Associate #362, working with Pingfu Fu, PhD

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 a research report and the scientific dissemination from a variety of research projects (clinical and pre-clinical), especially cancer research across the CWRU School of Medicine.  

The candidate must have an MS or PhD in biostatistics, computer science, or a related discipline with 1-3 years experience as a biostatistician in medical research, especially in the area of cancer research.

More information here. (downloadable pdf

Data Analyst #9742 (Working with Pingfu Fu, PhD)

Working under minimal supervision, the data analyst will key play in medical research in general. In particular, the data analyst will lead in managing all aspects of statistical considerations from early phase engagement, data management, data analysis, to the final stage of a research report and scientific dissemination from a variety of research projects (clinical and pre-clinical) across campus, especially cancer research in patients with solid tumors at the Case Comprehensive Cancer Center (CCCC).  The data analyst will support research projects with the aim of fostering translational and implementation science research in cancer patients at the CCCC.  

Research Assistant 2 #9479 (one-year term) (Working with Nora Nock, PhD)

Working under general supervision, the research assistant will plan and carry out activities for a clinical research trial that involves exercise and psychotherapy in patients with comorbid pain and opioid addiction. Responsibilities include but are not limited to patient exercise supervision, patient recruitment, patient retention, patient interviews, data collection, and data management. Patient interviews, exercise supervision, and other testing will be conducted primarily at drug treatment centers located in northeast Ohio. The research assistant must be certified to supervise exercise and conduct human subjects’ research. The research assistant must have excellent oral and written communication skills and possess strong organization skills, ability to multi-task, prioritize, and meet deadlines.