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Subject:

JOB: Lec / Sr Lec (Biostat) at University of Queensland

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Sanjoy Paul <[log in to unmask]>

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Sanjoy Paul <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 19 Nov 2009 05:33:21 +0000

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Lecturer / Senior Lecturer in Biostatistics
Queensland Clinical Trials & Biostatistics Centre
School of Population Health, University of Queensland 

Dynamic Biostatistician needed to contribute to Clinical Trials Research, 
Consulting and Teaching in the area of Biostatistics.  

The Queensland Clinical Trials & Biostatistics Centre (QCTBC) was established 
by the University of Queensland within the School of Population Health in 
recognition of the need for a specialised centre to promote clinical trials and 
biostatistical research and services within the region and beyond. QCTBC 
provides expertise and infrastructure to design, conduct and facilitate high 
quality clinical trials and biostatistical research with academic and industry 
collaborators to improve human health outcomes.  

The School of Population Health of the University of Queensland has an 
international reputation for research and teaching excellence in epidemiology, 
biostatistics, tropical and international health, nutrition, burden of disease and 
cost-effectiveness analyses. Research programs are funded by grants from 
many sources including the National Health and Medical Research Council 
(NHMRC), Australian Research Council (ARC), the Wellcome Trust, Bill and 
Melinda Gates Foundation, Atlantic Philanthropies, the World Health 
Organization (WHO) and the World Bank. 

The role: The successful applicant will take a leading role in design and 
analysis of clinical trials, undertake clinical biostatistical research, and 
associated activities such as teaching and supervision of postgraduate 
students. 

The person: Applicants should possess a PhD degree in Biostatistics or in a 
closely related field. Candidates with a postgraduate degree in Biostatistics 
and with strong research interest may also be considered. Experienced 
Biostatisticians from industry with a strong research interest in clinical 
Biostatistics are also welcome to apply. Experience with statistical software 
such as SAS, R and STATA is important. 

Remuneration: This is a full time, fixed term appointment for 3 years at 
Academic level B or C. The remuneration package will be in the range of 
$70,968 to $84,275 (Level B) or $86,936 to $100,243 (Level C) per annum plus 
employer superannuation contributions of 17%. Level of appointment will be 
dependent upon qualifications, experience and academic achievements. 

Contact: Obtain the position description and selection criteria online. Informal 
enquires can be made to Dr. Sanjoy Paul, Director of QCTBC, email: 
[log in to unmask]  

Send applications to the Human Resource Officer, Faculty of Health Sciences, 
The University of Queensland, Edith Cavell Building, Royal Brisbane Hospital Qld 
4029, or email [log in to unmask] 

Applications close: 7 December 2009 

Reference Number: 3020588 

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