[R] [JOB] Toxicogenomics Statistician

Warnes, Gregory R gregory_r_warnes at groton.pfizer.com
Tue Apr 20 17:54:36 CEST 2004

> Toxicogenomics Statistician
> The successful candidate will provide statistical support to nonclinical
> areas of R&D, especially in the areas of investigative toxicology, safety
> biomarkers, and toxicogenomics.  The candidate will collaborate with
> scientists to plan meaningful experimental studies, statistically analyze
> the results of those and other studies, and communicate results. Further,
> the candidate will work with programmers to create tools that facilitate
> use of advanced statistical methodology by Pfizer scientists. 
> A minimum of an M.S. - Statistics is required. A PhD - Statistics is
> desired. Two years statistical consulting experience, preferably in
> pharmaceutical environment using gene expression microarrays,  is
> required. Experience with other -omics technologies, such as RTPCR,
> Protein Mass-Spec, etc, is a strong plus. A Strong science background,
> with good working knowledge of biology, chemistry or pharmacology is also
> desired. Further, good computational skills in SAS, S-plus or R and good
> communication skills (written, oral presentation) are necessary.
> Other desirable attributes include: 
> Several years statistical experience in a scientific environment, with
> some pharmaceutical experience 
> Outstanding communication skills 
> Ability to balance many projects and clients simultaneously 
> Works independently, with minimal supervision 
> Learns new skills quickly 
> Good team player 
> Strong statistical knowledge in general linear models, experimental
> design, probability, categorical data analysis 
> Ability to identify and understand relevant scientific literature and
> apply knowledge gained from these sources 
> Ability to identify/develop and apply new quantitative methods as needed
> to solve problems in pharmaceutical research 
> Level will be determined by candidate's background and qualifications. 

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