Posts Tagged: Biostatistics

Seattle Contract Statistician

Onsite Seattle preferred but will consider remote for ideal candidate W2 Only – 6 month contract Responsible for statistical aspects of clinical and pre-clinical research projects including study design, sample size estimation, patient randomization, case report form development, writing statistical analysis plans, statistical analysis and interpretation of data, and reporting of results. Work with SAS… Read more »

Join SAS Users + the SimulStat Team at WUSS 2016 in San Francisco

We’re so excited to join SAS users in San Francisco next month for WUSS 2016! This extraordinary Educational Forum and Conference takes on San Francisco September 7-9th at the Grand Hyatt San Francisco on Union Square. During the event, we invite all attendees to stop by our booth to meet our team and discuss how… Read more »

A Year of Success + Growth in Biostatistics

What a year it’s been! This year, we’ve experienced significant growth within SimulStat, brought aboard some new clients and staff, positioned ourselves to take on new industry trends and even had a little fun along the way. Part of our growth in 2014 was due to the addition of resources in the areas of business… Read more »

SimulStat President & CEO, Adam Sharp, Joins Advisory Committee for UCSD Extension Biostatistics Certificate

According to the Biostatistics Certificate course description on the UCSD Extension web site, “The field of biostatistics has become an indispensable tool in improving our understanding of biological process and has a direct impact in ensuring the safety and efficacy of pharmacological and biotechnology products. Biostatistians can be found beyond pharmacological or medical research in… Read more »

Career Advice for Statistical Programmers

SimulStat’s Justina Flavin was recently interviewed by UCSD Extension on what it takes to be a success in the growing field of statistical programming. In this interview, she shares thoughts on industry trends, insight on career paths available to statistical programmers and a look at the work/life balance of those in this industry. She also… Read more »