Translational Statistician/Data Analyst at the Institute of Cancer Research, Clinical Trials and Statistics Unit (ICR-CTSU) – Closing date 3 March 2019
ICR-CTSU is looking for an experienced biostatistician with expertise in correlative science and biomarker research to join the newly-formed Genomic Analysis – Clinical Trial group headed by Dr Cheang, co-inventor of PAM50 classifier for breast cancer intrinsic subtypes, based at the ICR-CTSU in Sutton, Surrey. The post holder will be in a key interface position, supporting initiatives to integrate data analyses of data from next generation sequence (NGS), microarray, digital gene expression profiles, proteomics and immunohistochemical platforms to test important clinical trial correlative biology and preclinical trial development hypotheses.
The successful applicant will join a team of statisticians and will work with ICR-CTSU staff and expert colleagues to develop a research program in the statistical aspects of translational/biomarker oncology. Candidates for this post should have be an applied translational statistician with experience in the analysis of biomarker or genetic/genomic data and associated clinical data and excellent communication and organisational skills. You should hold a post-graduate degree.
Further information may be obtained on the ICR website at the link below and by emailing ICR-CTSU at the following address: – firstname.lastname@example.org . This email address is for information only. Applications should be made via the e-recruitment system on the ICR website.
When applying please upload your CV and a supporting statement outlining why you would be suitable for this position including how you meet the person specification and give the names and contact details of two referees.