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The Survey, Recruitment, and Biospecimen Collection Shared Resource (SRBSR) provides an integrated suite of comprehensive services for planning and implementing research projects.
Under general supervision of the SRBSR Manager, the Database Manager/Analyst provides data management and collaboration on the design, and implementation of research projects for the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Georgetown University Medical Center. Duties of the The Data Manager/Analyst include but are not limited to:
Provides data management database programming in support of research projects by investigators for population sciences, including studies in health services research, genetic counseling and genetic testing studies, behavioral studies, clinical interventions, smoking cessation studies and observational studies including survey research. Provides data management for faculty and postdoctoral researchers on the design and conduct of research projects relating to a wide diversity of research projects focusing on, but not limited to, cancer prevention and treatment.
Work with multiple Pis to develop tailored database management solutions to the specific need of individual research projects.
Program databases and data entry programs for specific research projects.
Builds and maintains databases for each research project.
Assists in conceptualizing,creating and managing custom database applications for research studies (MS Access, REDCap).
Creates datasets from large databases using SAS and SPSS.
Bachelor's degree in Database Management, Data Analytics or related
Minimum 2 years of relevant experience in data management
MS Access or SQL, SAS or SPSS required
Advanced programming and statistical skills in SAS or SPSS required
At least two years of experience with preferred experience in health care focused research projects, particularly in database programming, data management and programming relating to survey data and large, secondary datasets
Experience with cancer studies and with handling large datasets
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