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Subject:

JOB 2 jobs at Univerity of Minnesota Division of Biostatistics

From:

Jim Hodges <[log in to unmask]>

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Jim Hodges <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Fri, 19 Nov 1999 17:34:32 -0600 (CST)

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Please don't reply to me, reply to Jim Neaton at the address listed below.

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Division of Biostatistics
School of Public Health
University of Minnesota

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF BIOSTATISTICS

This is a great chance for a biostatistician to join a growing group and
develop a research program in one of several directions of growth being
undertaken by the University of Minnesota Division of Biostatistics. We
are especially interested in increasing our research and educational
activities in clinical trials, analysis of spatially referenced data, or
statistical genetics, but we strongly encourage applications from
excellent candidates regardless of areas of interest.

The Division of Biostatistics currently consists of some 20 graduate
faculty and over 60 other staff. Most are involved in major research
projects in AIDS, pulmonary disease, cardiovascular disease, dental
research, cancer prevention and treatment, environmental and occupational
health, and health policy with multi-year grants totaling over
$105M.  Current methodological research includes clinical trials, analysis
of spatial and longitudinal data, Bayes and empirical Bayes methods,
survival analysis, meta-analysis, computer intensive methods such as MCMC,
and generalized linear models. The Division offers MS, MPH and PhD degrees
and collaborates in teaching and advising with the strong Minnesota
Departments of Theoretical and Applied Statistics. The successful
candidate will be expected to play an active part in methodological
research and collaboration in public health and biomedical research as
well as teach and advise at the graduate level.

The salary for this non-tenure track position will be very competitive and
the University of Minnesota offers excellent fringe benefits. Applications
received before March 1, 2000 will be considered for the first round of
interviews, and applications will be accepted until the position is filled
or June 30, 2000 whichever occurs first. This position requires a PhD/ScD
in biostatistics, statistics or a related field prior to completion, and
although it is not tenure-accruing, it is annually renewable with no fixed
term. 

To apply, please send a letter specifying interest in the Assistant
Professor position, names and addresses of three references, and
curriculum vitae to the search committee chair: Dr. James Neaton, Chair of
Search Committee, Division of Biostatistics, A460 Mayo Building Box 303,
420 Delaware Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0378. 

Candidates are responsible for contacting references and arranging for
letters to be sent to the search committee chair.

The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
Division of Biostatistics
School of Public Health
University of Minnesota


FULL/ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF BIOSTATISTICS


This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding established
biostatistician to join a thriving group and provide leadership in one of
several directions of growth planned by the University of Minnesota
Division of Biostatistics. We are especially interested in increasing our
research and educational activities in clinical trials, analysis of
spatially referenced data, or statistical genetics, but we strongly
encourage applications from excellent candidates regardless of areas of
interest.

The Division of Biostatistics currently consists of some 20 graduate
faculty and over 60 other staff. Most are involved in major research
projects in AIDS, pulmonary disease, cardiovascular disease, dental
research, cancer prevention and treatment, environmental and occupational
health, and health policy, with multi-year grants totaling over
$105M. Current methodological research includes clinical trials, analysis
of spatial and longitudinal data, Bayes and empirical Bayes methods,
survival analysis, meta-analysis, computer intensive methods such as MCMC,
and generalized linear models. The Division offers MS, MPH and PhD degrees
and interacts in teaching and advising with the strong Minnesota
Departments of Theoretical and Applied Statistics. The successful
candidate will be expected to play an active part in methodological
research and collaboration in public health and biomedical research as
well as teach and advise at the graduate level.  The Full Professor level
requires at least eight years of post doctoral research and teaching
experience; the Associate Professor level requires at least five years of
post-doctoral research and teaching experience.

The salary for this full-time tenurable faculty position will be very
competitive and the University of Minnesota offers excellent fringe
benefits. Applications received before March 1, 2000 will be considered
for the first round of interviews, and applications will be accepted until
the position is filled. To apply, please send a letter specifying interest
in the Full/Associate Professor position, names and addresses of three
references and curriculum vitae to: Dr. James Neaton, Search Committee
Chair, Division of Biostatistics, A460 Mayo Building Box 303, 420 Delaware
Street SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0378.


The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.






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