Assistant Professor for University of Colorado, Denver (Aurora, CO)

University of Colorado, Denver
Colorado, United States
Salary Not specified
Apr 06, 2021
Employment Level
Employment Type
Full Time

Assistant Professor for University of Colorado, Denver (Aurora, CO) - This Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Shared Resource (BBSR) faculty position will work with clinical and biostatistics faculty on applied cancer related research projects throughout the University. This position will advise and collaborate with investigators on all biostatistical aspects of the research process, including new study design, investigator initiated trials (IITs), data collection systems structure, statistical method development, data analysis, and preparation of abstracts, talks, manuscripts, and grant proposals. In addition, this position will teach the following special topic workshops or seminar series:

  • BIOS 6649 Clinical Trials
  • BIOS 6670 001 Special Topics: Biostatistics method
  • BIOS 6670 002 Special Topics: Biostatistics theory
  • Educational series classroom workshops and seminars for the following: Early phase trial designs; Model based and model assisted phase I trial designs; and Phase II trial designs considering efficacy and toxicity endpoints simultaneously.


In fulfilling the above-described responsibilities, this position will: perform data management and statistical analysis on cancer related projects for the University of Colorado Cancer Center as a member of BBSR; provide consultation on study designs including clinical trial designs; create prediction models using classic logistic regression or machine learning approaches; provide statistical consultation and data analysis to lung, breast, prostate, head and neck, colorectal and brain cancer-related projects; develop data collection processes and quality control procedures; conduct protocol review; assist with grant and trial proposal; provide manuscript assistance for abstracts and publications; develop new statistical methodologies and apply newly developed statistical approaches to appropriate cancer-related research projects.


Requirements include Ph.D. in Biostatistics or related. Completion of a background investigation also required.

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