STATISTICIAN II, BARU-SSRI
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Occupational Summary:Perform a variety of data management, technical and statistical duties with an emphasis on statistical genetics and bioinformatics analysis of large-scale datasets to support research program that focuses on the study of genetic and non-genetic factors contributing to successful aging, health, and longevity. Work Performed:
- Manages several large-scale longitudinal and cross-sectional datasets with phenotypic and genotyping information including (but not limited to) such tasks as downloading, updating, maintaining original data, performing data formatting and pre-processing, and quality control procedures.
Work requires a minimum of a Master's degree in statistics, (bio) statistics or related field and no relevant experience, or a Bachelors degree in statistics, (bio)statistics or related field and 2 years relevant experience, or an equivalent combination or relevant education and/or work experience.
OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
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