Epidemiology Analyst III
Coordinate major projects and develop strategies for the design, planning, and implementation of epidemiology studies. Research and make recommendations to improve analysis and reporting. Assist in development and implementation of measurement systems. May coordinate or supervise staff for ongoing or ad-hoc projects. The Epidemiology Analyst III is key for driving innovating health sciences research. This Provides lead study design and analysis for projects throughout the institution and will work with a variety of departments to further the development of research projects.
Examples of Work
Job functions are specific duties that would be included in the essential functions of the job description. These functions are not all-inclusive nor do they cover the full extent of the duties performed.
- Collaborates with investigators to lead the design, planning, and implementation of epidemiology studies, including the statistical approaches to data analysis
- Serves as lead analyst on assigned projects
- Serves as key personnel on both funded and unfunded projects with translational impact that can change thinking and or clinical practice
- Leads the development of study design and data collection tools or surveys to support projects
- Co-authors manuscript and co-writes grant applications with investigative team
- Interprets data and results, communicates these in a clear manner
- Leads the development of presentations, publications, and other communications; may give educations seminars to faculty, residents, and staff
- Leads, guides, and trains data management staff/student employees, and interns, assigned to data management projects
- Independently manages projects and workloads with little oversight
Education and Experience
A Doctoral degree in an appropriate area of specialization and three years of related experience; or a Master’s degree in an appropriate area and five years of related experience
Licensure and Certification
Directs assignment of work and tasks in partnership with leadership.
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