To participate in the design and analysis of molecular epidemiologic studies for the Reproductive Molecular Epidemiology Research and Education Program; to coordinate the analysis and reporting of data; to assist in judging the validity of data; and to participate in quality control efforts.
Consultation: Advise Program investigators on the statistical aspects of study design. Prepare statistical sections for studies. Communicate statistical findings to Program investigators.
Data Analysis: Perform library research on specified topics, including methods and trends in molecular epidemiologic data analysis techniques. Analyze and report on methods and trends in molecular epidemiologic data analysis techniques and apply those techniques to Program datasets. Conduct data linkages for use in secondary data analyses.
Statistical Analysis: Create, test, validate, and document computer programs that generate data summaries and data listings for reports using statistical packages. Create, test, validate, and document programs that perform statistical analyses and other computations for Program projects. Assist Program investigators in statistical analysis. Determine appropriate analysis techniques. Assist in judging the validity of data obtained and recommend additional tests and/or modifications to the analysis. Assure data fit models required by the statistical methods. Participate in the development of methods for organizing, documenting, and archiving statistical analysis programs, datasets, and results. Participate in quality control activities. Maintain confidentiality of data.
Presentation/Publication Assistance: Prepare final statistical reports and data presentations to present results of analyses at meetings and other forums. Assist in the preparation of research papers and manuscripts for publication and presentation at conferences and meetings, and assist in writing project reports, grant applications, articles, and other documents.
Human Resources/Leadership: Provide training for data management and analytic procedures. Collaborate with Program staff to create and maintain an excellent, high quality Program.
Please note in regard to references: Five (5) professional references may be required at a later step in the process.