Associate/Full Professor of Biostatistics and Director

The Department of Preventive Medicine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago is looking to hire a tenure-track Associate/Full Professor. The Department is multi-disciplinary, comprised of faculty with interests in the development, design, implementation, and analyses of behavioral clinical trials to improve chronic diseases. In the role of Director, the successful candidate will grow the Section of Biostatistics and Epidemiology by developing and implementing a 5-year strategic plan and will participate in weekly Section Director’s meetings aimed at providing leadership and strategic vision for the entire Department. The successful candidate will also lead the Section’s Data Management Center, an interdisciplinary group of PhD-level and Master’s level biostatisticians, data managers, and research assistants and develop collaborative opportunities within and outside of the institution. The Department is currently in the first year of a 6-year multi-site behavioral clinical trial aimed at determining the impact of lifestyle change on 2-year remission of the metabolic syndrome. The successful candidate will lead the Research Coordinating Unit of this trial with the charge of enhancing the quality of data acquisition, maintenance, and analysis for the trial. Expertise in the design, conduct, and analysis of clinical trials is required. Experience within a data coordinating center is strongly preferred. Doctorate in biostatistics or statistics is required. Strong communication and leadership skills is required. Experience with missing data methods and multi-level modeling is a plus. Send CV and cover letter to Dr. DeJuran Richardson at Dr. Richardson will attend the Society for Clinical Trials meeting in New Orleans and would be happy to meet with interested candidates. Rush University Medical Center is an EOE.

Rush University Medical Center
Contact: DeJuran Richardson  (
Telephone: 3125633718
Section of Biostatistics & Epidemiology
Department of Preventive Medicine, Suite 470
1700 W. Van Buren St.
Chicago, IL 60612 USA

Biostatistician III

The Jaeb Center for Health Research is seeking to add a Biostatistician with clinical trial experience to its staff. The Jaeb Center is a nonprofit entity in Tampa, FL whose primary focus is in serving as a Coordinating Center for multi-center clinical trials. Current projects involve eye diseases and diabetes. For more information on the Jaeb Center’s current projects, please visit our website at For a Biostatistician interested in an academic-focused medical research environment, the position offers an excellent opportunity for professional growth. Work will include mentoring of junior biostatisticians and involvement in data analyses, manuscript preparation, and protocol development for a multi-center clinical trial coordinating center. Applicants should hold a PhD degree in biostatistics, statistics, or a related field; have at least 5 years of statistical analysis experience in a clinical trials coordinating center; and have experience with the supervision of other biostatisticians. Salary will be commensurate with degree and experience and includes an excellent benefit package. Candidates may apply by emailing a letter outlining current interests and relevant experience and a curriculum vitae (resume) to EOE M/F/V/D/DFWP Closing Date for Applications: July 31, 2019

Jaeb Center for Health Research
Contact: Lou Ann Aylor  (
Telephone: 813-975-8690
15310 Amberly Drive
Suite 350
Tampa, FL 33647 United States

Regulatory Administrator

Provides regulatory support to the KPCO clinical trials team through collaboration with the research sponsors, clinical research staff, and clinical trials management team. Works in collaboration with the KPCO Clinical Trials Manager, Clinical Trials Business Consultant, clinical trials research team and Clinician Investigators. Coordinates, compiles and maintains all regulatory documentation for clinical trials according to IRB, FDA, sponsor policies as well as with federal and state laws regarding research conduct and documentation. Maintains knowledge of and assures departmental compliance with Good Clinical Practices (GCP) and applicable regulatory requirements. Maintains knowledge of policies and procedures and performs in accordance with the Principles of Responsibilities and applicable regulatory requirements, external laws and accreditation standards. Reports, appropriately, observed fraud or abuse. Basic Qualifications: Experience • Minimum four (4) years of experience with IRB and clinical trials documentation required. Education • High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) required. License, Certification, Registration • N/A Additional Requirements: • Experience in a regulatory environment. • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills and human relations skills. • Attention to detail and demonstrated accuracy in written documentation. • Excellent project management, time management, problem solving and customer service skills. • Ability to work independently and delegate tasks to others. • Proficiency in spreadsheets and word processing applications required. • Occasional travel required. • Knowledge of GCPs. • Ability to interpret and apply federal regulations and organizational policies and procedures related to the administration of research activities. • Strong work group, staff member, team and committee leadership and management skills.

Kaiser Permanente
Contact: Kristi Bronkan  ( )
Telephone: 303-636-3109
2550 S. Parker Rd
Suite 200
Aurora, CO 80014

Senior Principal Statistician

Organization Name: Alcon Locations: Fort Worth, TX and Atlanta, GA Number of positions: 2 (1 Principal Statistician; 1 Senior Principal Statistician) Alcon is the largest eye care device company in the world. We operate in the ophthalmic surgical and vision care markets, which are large, dynamic and growing. We are dedicated to helping people see brilliantly. We have a strong foundation based on our trusted brand, a legacy of industry firsts and advancements, leading positions in the markets in which we operate and a continued commitment to substantial investment in innovation. Brief description of work: •Supports project teams through contributions to product development strategies and the design, planning, execution, analysis, and reporting of clinical and non-clinical studies, with a view toward establishing the conditions essential for determining safety, efficacy and marketability. •Scientific and technical leadership and management of multiple projects in one or more therapeutic areas. •Must exhibit ability to independently assist in creation of development plans and lead scientific development of all related protocols for multiple projects. •Independently lead all efforts related to project-level activities, to include all analyses and inputs into regulatory filings for all phases of development. •Ensure and manage quality, timeliness, and efficiency for all support and deliverables for designated projects. •Liaise with and provide needed guidance to statistical programmers assigned in support of project and trial deliverables. •Includes the accountabilities of statisticians assigned to projects. •Establish and maintain working relationships with project-specific functional representation. Minimum requirements: MS or PhD in Statistics or related field (e.g., Biostatistics) 5+ years of experience in the pharmaceutical and/or medical device space Fluent English essential (oral/written) To apply: Visit Enter Job ID 265637BR in the search option for the Senior Principal Statistician role, Or Job ID 265640BR for the Principal Statistician role)

Contact: Sunita Tyler  (
6201 South Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76134 USA