The Population Health Research Institute within St. George’s, University of London is seeking to employ a Statistician/ Statistical Programmer to work on the EUROlinkCAT (Establishing a Linked European Cohort of Children with Congenital Anomalies) project. Currently, twenty-two congenital anomaly registries in 14 European countries are linking their data to mortality, hospital discharge, prescription and educational databases. Each registry will perform standard analyses and meta-analytic techniques will investigate hypotheses at a European level.
Flexible working, including part-time or reduced hours of work, opportunities to work from home for many posts, compressed hours and local flexibility in agreeing start and finish times of work are among the extra benefits offered by St George’s, University of London.
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Further information may be obtained by emailing Professor Joan Morris (email@example.com).
Interviews are scheduled for the week commencing 30th September 2019.