University of Washington School of Public Health
Summer Associate-Healthcare - Analysis Group
Closing Date: open until filled
Posted: November 14, 2017
Analysis Group, Inc. offers a range of health economics and outcomes research (HEOR) and epidemiology services to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies. Our work spans many activities in HEOR, including comparative effectiveness research, real-world evidence generation, economic modeling, medical big data analysis, drug safety studies, policy analysis, patient-reported outcomes, as well as survey design across a variety of therapeutic areas. We work closely with our clients to provide sophisticated statistical analysis and modeling with various data sources, including administrative claims data, electric medical records, surveys, and clinical trial data sets. We also work in collaboration with academics from top universities to develop rigorous analyses as well as new research methods. Analysis Group fosters a progressive and academically-oriented work environment.
We are seeking candidates enrolled in a Ph.D. program for at least three years in health economics, epidemiology, biostatistics, statistics, economics, health policy, psychometrics or other quantitative sciences. Candidates must have demonstrated outstanding capabilities using quantitative methods in health care research, as well as experience analyzing large observational data, epidemiologic, clinical trial and/or other health care data sources. A proven research track record, including published/presented work in journals and/or at relevant conferences is preferred. Candidates must also demonstrate strong interpersonal and communication skills, a commitment to teamwork and problem solving, and aspiration for continuous learning and professional development.
To apply for the Summer Associate-Healthcare internship position, please submit a cover letter with a statement of interest, curriculum vitae with undergraduate and graduate GPAs, and official transcripts.
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