- Melbourne > Parkville
- Job posted on: 24th Jan 2022
- Applications close:
At MCRI we share a powerful vision; to re-imagine the future of child health. We are the home to many life-changing scientific discoveries. We believe that no question is too impossible to try and answer. We are renowned for our cutting edge focus on early interventions, improved diagnosis, prevention and development of potential cures. Our success is founded on a philosophy of collaboration through a multi-disciplinary approach to solving the toughest questions in child health. MCRI is a proud member of the Australian Network on Disability. We are committed to creating a positive working environment which values all backgrounds and experiences. We strive to foster an inclusive culture that is underpinned by equal opportunity for all and a culture based on respect, consideration and dignity.
This position is within the Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics Unit (CEBU), which is jointly by the MCRI and the University of Melbourne Department of Paediatrics to provide a core level of support and training in epidemiological and clinical research methods, with a particular focus on biostatistics, to researchers on the Melbourne Children’s campus. CEBU is a well-established unit with a national and international reputation for its high level of biostatistical expertise and engagement in a wide range of research studies, including a substantial research profile, by way of collaboration as co-investigators in clinical and epidemiological research projects and also for independent methodological research work in biostatistics. CEBU is a lead partner with similar groups at Monash University and The University of Melbourne in the Victorian Centre for Biostatistics (ViCBiostat), a collaborative cross-institutional Centre of Research Excellence in biostatistics.
This new role provides an exciting opportunity for an early-career statistician to obtain advanced training and build a career in data science embedded in health and medical research. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to engage collaboratively with epidemiological studies that are addressing 21st century challenges in health, while also developing expertise and a methodological research portfolio in cutting-edge areas of biostatistics, in particular causal inference methods. The appointee will not only work closely with researchers at the MCRI, but also with colleagues in ViCBiostat. The appointee will contribute to both methodological and collaborative research in the areas described in the position description, and also to teaching and training activities, in particular to the coordination and delivery of our short course training program.
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