Clinical Statistican

Job type:
on-site
Start:
01/2015
Duration:
12 Months
From:
Real Staffing
Place:
Cambridge
Date:
12/11/2014
Country:
flag_no United Kingdom
project ID:
821518

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A Clinical Statistician position is currently available. Clinical Statisticians provide statistical leadership to influence the choice of doses, patient populations and endpoints at key decision points and meetings. Clinical Statisticians provide state-of-the-art statistical design, analysis and interpretation of high quality studies and experiments that:

  • Underpin or enable the identification and development of high value assets for the Research organization.
  • Ensure processes, systems and technologies deployed across Pfizer are optimized.


Specific tasks include:
  • Design, analysis and interpretation of Phase 1 and 2 clinical trials
  • Contribute to protocols, statistical analysis plans and other documentation relevant to the design and analysis of clinical trials
  • Create presentations for technical review committees to clearly and concisely explain the statistical justification of designs and analysis of results
  • Compliance with Pfizer and regulatory standards ensuring high quality in all submission deliverables
  • Provide statistical expertise to maximize the value of aggregate clinical data in support of drug development strategies
  • Work closely with drug development colleagues in clinical, clinical pharmacology, programming, data management, medical writing and project planners.


In designing suitable studies and experiments, you will ensure that:

  • Alignment of interests across relevant stakeholders is sought
  • All relevant prior data is systematically reviewed, synthesized and leveraged
  • Quantitative and model-based methods are exploited wherever appropriate
  • Technical, regulatory and strategic guidance are provided to guide management and project teams as required.


What you will need:
  • An MSc and preferably a PhD in Statistics.
  • Experience in early clinical trials, Phases I & II.
  • An innovative approach to design, analysis and communication of studies with a sound understanding of how Bayesian methods add value
  • A collaborative style working closely with clinical research colleagues and actively influencing the R&D plans of projects.
  • Scientific and business knowledge providing an understanding of the objectives and processes associated with early clinical development.
  • Capability to provide statistical leadership to cross-functional teams
  • Strong statistical skills with application in clinical enabler studies and early clinical drug development.
  • Proven ability to balance many projects and clients simultaneously and work effectively with colleagues locally and globally.


If you are intrested in this contract opportunity then please send over an up to date CV and get in touch with Oliver Davies on