Research Analyst 1 - Duke University School of Medicine
Perform a variety of complex and independent activities involved in the collection, analysis, documentation and interpretation for a variety of epidemiological studies, including but not limited to
1. Establish work procedures, assist in the development of analysis plans and identify appropriate data for research projects (10%)
2. Manage for multiple types of data including but not limited to cancer registry data, patient clinical data, environmental exposure data and genetic data, including responsibility for data acquisition, storage, and transfer (15%)
3. Provide preliminary data summaries, literature synthesis, draft narratives, and budgets to assist with grant proposals (10%)
4. Assist the PI with development of study protocols and with reporting on project progress (15%)
5. Conduct statistical analysis of epidemiological data and interpret results (15%)
6. Co-author research publications/presentations (25%)
7. Participate in lab meetings, assists with review of scientific journals, abstracts and other literature for information applicable to ongoing research projects (10%)
8. Supervise work of students, and assist in training of new personnel and students (10%)
9. Act as liaison with other research groups to facilitate collaborative research projects (5%)
Work requires a bachelor’s degree in a field related to the specific position.
Work requires two years of experience in research/data analysis or related position. OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
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