Responsibilities primarily involve teaching, mentoring, data analysis, and service. Specifically, the successful candidate will: 1) provide expert statistical consultation on study design, implementation, analysis and the preparation of protocols, grants and manuscripts for multiple projects; 2) plan and oversee analyses for many types of data and studies; 3) train faculty, residents and students in biostatistics and study design and 4) provide curriculum development and instruction in biostatistics at the pre-and post-doctoral levels.
Qualifications include: PhD in Biostatistics or Statistics, evidence of excellence in teaching at the college level, experience working with medical and/or dental researchers, experience in study design and data analysis for a wide range of experimental, observational, clinical and longitudinal studies, ability to work autonomously on several different projects with a range of investigators across a variety of clinical disciplines, excellent oral and written communication skills, proficiency with SAS, SPSS, Stata, R, and/or S-plus, experience with analysis of large medical data bases, experience in mentoring student research, experience teaching health science students biostatistics and research design, and experience in participating in externally funded grant projects. A minimum of three years of experience collaborating with experimental and clinical investigators is required.
Additional Salary Information: Salary and rank will be commensurate with experience.
About Boston University - Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine
For all the reasons you’ve chosen dental medicine as your vocation, the place to pursue your dream is the Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine (GSDM).
Here at a renowned urban research institution, you’ll learn from faculty whose outstanding credentials are matched by their passion for their profession. You’ll gain skill and confidence through unsurpassed experiential le...arning opportunities: our state-of-the-art Simulation Learning Center, hands-on clinical experiences starting in your first year, and our unique 10-week externships.
You can also participate in Boston University’s long tradition of service learning, bringing your knowledge and skills to underserved communities close to campus or in remote areas of the developing world. At GSDM, we’ve achieved national recognition for our community outreach programs. In fact, our students participate in more than 60 programs and 100 events each year.
The amount and breadth of research at BU—much of it interdisciplinary and all within a world-famous hub of medicine and technology—adds another dimension to our School. Working side by side with accomplished faculty members, you’ll participate in the discovery of new knowledge at GSDM. Whether it’s an exploration of innovative materials, molecular biology, stems cells, or public health issues, you’ll be helping to shape the future of dental medicine and education.