Designs, plans and executes bioscientific components of plans for research and development and/or exploratory projects that establish the conditions essential for determining safety, efficacy, and marketability of pharmaceutical and/or biological products.
Uses sound scientific methodology to conduct studies relating to the life processes of immunoassay, chemiluminescence, antibodies, animals, and humans.
In development-phase projects, prepares the scientific component of protocols and which meet project objectives, health authority guidelines, and clinical trial methodology standards.
Develops and/or applies scientific and mathematical bioresearch theories, advanced analytics, methods, and software.
Organizes and interprets medical outcomes and results into tabular forms and is responsible for the scientific and mathematical component of reports describing studies, outcomes and methods used.
Provides specifications and directions to the clinical programmers.
May partner in program design and in establishing standards for clinical conduct, and the collection, management and/or reporting of medical research results.
Experience and Qualification:
Experience with machine learning and/or big data analytics preferred.
Experience with early discovery analytics and/or clinical trials is required.
Preferred master's degree in Statistics or equivalent
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