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Senior Scientist, Biostatistics

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Genesis ResearchStorden, MN
  • Genesis Research is an international healthcare consultancy providing value evidence strategy, generation, synthesis, and communication services to Life Sciences companies.
  • Delivering these services empowered by technology innovations has enabled us to become a trusted partner with our clients across the development and commercialization life cycle.
  • Combining both traditional and novel analytical approaches with diverse real-world data, including genomic, medical record, claims and patient-reported information, has allowed us to inform Life Science company internal decision making as well as submissions and presentations to regulators; health technology assessment authorities and payers; the medical community; and, patient organizations.
  • Our Biostatistics team has seen exceptional growth and success in providing comprehensive support to Life Science organizations - planning, executing and communicating Real-World Evidence.
  • The professional in this team will demonstrate a passion for relevant and rigorous research, ensuring that the team continues to deliver high-quality evidence in a timely manner.
  • The professional in this team will bring expertise and experience that enables our work to fully meet our clients’ internal and external needs.
  • Concurrently the professional will strengthen the team’s capabilities through incorporation of improved processes that reflect best practices, and individual development that optimizes the contribution of each team member.
  • Overall, the professional will ensure that team’s work will continue to be characterized as fit-for-purpose and high value add by our clients.
  • This position will report to the Director, Biostatistics.
  • Impact the end-to-end generation of real-world evidence (RWE) including study design, analytic planning, results interpretation and dissemination
  • Serve as statistical expert in the generation of RWE providing methodological and statistical input to RWE projects and life science clients
  • Collaborate with client leaders and real-world data analytic teams to write and implement study protocols and statistical analysis plans to answer RWE questions
  • Interface with clients to provide statistical support and interpretation for RWE projects
  • Support the statistical needs of cross-functional teams by providing expertise on methods, analysis and results presentation and interpretation
  • Disseminate RWE results through scientific communications such as study reports and peer-reviewed publications
  • Provide mentorship and guidance to junior members of the Biostatistics team
  • Masters or PhD from an accredited university in the field of statistics or biostatistics with 3+ (PhD) or 5+ (Masters) years of professional experience
  • Experience as a statistical consultant or study statistician conducting observational, RWE or clinical trial studies
  • Expertise in at least 1 of the following statistical areas: time-to-event analysis, balancing methods (propensity score, instrumental variable analysis, matching), simulation, missing data, time series or predictive modeling
  • Experience utilizing real-world data (claims, eHR, registry, PRO) for statistical analysis
  • Experience translating statistical analysis into scientific meaning
  • Proven history of scientific writing: protocols, peer-reviewed publications, statistical analysis plans
  • Proficient programming in SAS and/or R
  • Ability to manage multiple projects in a dynamic, collaborative environment
  • Company-matched 401(k) plan

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