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The Division of Neuromuscular Disorders has an outstanding opportunity for a Senior Research Analyst to join a very active clinical/translational research program with multiple ongoing research studies. The sr. research analyst will play a central role in the collation, organization, and management of research data, essentially serving as the point person for "all things data-related" in the research group. The sr. research analyst will be expected to carry out high quality, accurate work in a fast-paced environment in which strong quantitative skills are essential. To effectively perform in this position, the sr. research analyst will need an excellent working knowledge of ongoing research activities, and to function as an integral member of the research team. This individual will work directly with investigators, research staff, and external collaborators.
Some of the primary responsibilities include:
Lead the research group's effort to:
Develop and refine data collection instruments (e.g. CRFs)
Ensure data completeness, correctness, and consistency
Perform routine data review to ensure data quality
Utilize statistical software (such as SAS) to clean and merge datasets from multiple sources
Perform data queries and create reports (summaries, tables, figures, etc.)
Create view tables and prepare data for statistical analysis
Identify, vet, and help select a suitable database developer (external vendor or UM in-house) to provide long-term maintenance and ongoing development of the research database
Serve as the principle liaison between the research group and aforementioned database developer
Lead the effort to identify, select, and train a part-time research analyst to assist with data management
Assist the PI and co-PI in overseeing the data-related activities and work product of more junior research staff (e.g. research analysis, students, )
Create and maintain up-to-date data and database documentations (e.g. data dictionaries or metadata)
Work with the Medical IT department to ensure the correct functioning of data storage, archiving, backup, and recovery procedures
Other data-related tasks as requested by the principal investigator
Minimum Requirements are:
Bachelor's degree and at least three years of relevant experience. Any appropriate combination of relevant education, experience and/or certifications may be considered.
Strong quantitative aptitude
Demonstrated facility with analytic tasks
Strong sense of focus and attention to detail
Ability and willingness to acquire new knowledge quickly
Demonstrated organizational skills, self-motivation, flexibility, and excellent verbal and written communication skills
Previous experience with SAS, R, or other similar statistical software
Demonstrated experience in writing novel code for data management tasks
Experience in a medical research or healthcare setting
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