University of Washington School of Public Health
Associate-Healthcare - Analysis Group
Closing Date: ongoing recruitment
Posted: September 21, 2018
Founded in 1981, Analysis Group is one of the largest economics consulting firms, with more than 900 professionals across 14 offices. Analysis Group’s health care experts apply analytical expertise to health economics and outcomes research, clinical research, market access and commercial strategy, and health care policy engagements, as well as drug-safety related engagements in epidemiology. Analysis Group’s internal experts, together with its network of affiliated experts from academia, industry, and government, provide our clients with exceptional breadth and depth of expertise and end-to-end consulting services globally.
Analysis Group draws upon deep expertise in health economics, outcomes research, market access, data science, biostatistics and epidemiology to provide innovative, data-driven strategies for clients in the life sciences industry across all phases of product development and commercialization. Our work helps clients define markets, demonstrate value, and inform business decisions throughout product lifecycles. We have a broad range of expertise and collaborate with leading academics in heath economics, biostatistics, econometrics, statistics, epidemiology, and psychometrics to offer cutting-edge analyses and analytical tools to address business challenges that require rigorous, evidence-based research.
Our healthcare projects often involve identifying valuable research questions, designing and implementing data-intensive analyses, and disseminating research findings through conference presentations, peer-reviewed publications, and media releases. It is also our strong interest to develop innovative analytical methods to address needs of the health care research community. Examples of our health economics and outcomes research include comparative effectiveness research, cost-effectiveness analyses and budget impact modeling. We routinely draw on a variety of data sources including insurance claims, clinical trials, medical records, registries and surveys. In all of our endeavors, we offer experienced researchers in biostatistics, statistics, health economics and pharmacoepidemiology the opportunity to play a leading role in our research.
The Associate will work with a case team under the guidance of a case manager. The responsibilities include, but are not limited to, developing, designing, and conducting research studies to address clients’ needs, overseeing and performing analyses, and preparing project deliverables and publications in peer-reviewed literature.
Analysis Group fosters a progressive and academically oriented work environment, with an emphasis on teamwork, collaboration, and professional growth across diverse areas of expertise. We seek candidates with an advanced degree in quantitative sciences such as health economics, biostatistics, economics, statistics, epidemiology, or psychometrics.
Candidates should have an outstanding track record of applying quantitative methods to real-world research problems, preferably in health care research. Proficiency in at least one statistical programming language (e.g., SAS, R, Stata, S-PLUS) is highly preferred. Candidates should also demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills, a commitment to teamwork and collaborative problem solving, and aspiration for continuous learning and professional development.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter including a statement of interest, curriculum vitae, undergraduate and graduate GPA, and unofficial transcripts through the AG website: https://associatecareers-analysisgroup.icims.com/jobs/1404/associate-healthcare/job
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