Statistics Collaborative - Design and analysis for biomedical research

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Statistics Collaborative, Inc. is a biostatistics consulting firm located in downtown Washington, partnering with our clients in the field of medical research. We collaborate with researchers in industry and government to provide statistical support and guidance primarily for clinical trials, but also for epidemiological and pre-clinical studies. We aim to help our clients design, monitor, and analyze studies to address research hypotheses with scientific rigor and statistical validity.

We have openings for Biostatisticians who will be part of a team that collaborates with external clients on studies involving new drugs, biologics, devices, vaccines, as well as behavioral interventions across a range of disease areas, including oncology, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, infectious diseases, ophthalmology, and rare diseases. Duties include statistical programming, contributing to the quality assurance of statistical analyses, writing methods and analysis descriptions in formal reports, communicating with clients and other external parties, and organizing and maintaining confidential project materials.

Attention to detail, accuracy, initiative, excellent written and oral communication skills, and scientific curiosity are essential, as well as the ability to juggle several complex projects simultaneously. Proficiency in Microsoft Word® and other MS Office® applications is helpful. A Biostatistician who is successful at Statistics Collaborative is a project team member who develops a deep understanding of the clinical trial and our responsibilities related to that trial, and who has the ability to take on increasing responsibility within and across projects. This is an entry-level position (0-2 years of experience) with opportunity for growth.

Requirements for the Biostatistician position are as follows:

  • Master’s degree or Ph.D. in Biostatistics or Statistics
    MS or MPH in epidemiology with considerable coursework in Biostatistics
  • Knowledge of applied statistical methodologies
  • At least 1 year of  programming experience in SAS (preferred), R, Stata, or SPSS

We are especially interested in candidates who have the following skills:

  • Knowledge of base SAS, SAS macro language, SAS graphics, and SAS/STAT
  • Experience using SAS or other statistical software to report results of clinical trials or other type of studies
To apply, submit a cover letter (include Ref: STBS), resume, SAS programming sample, writing sample, and undergraduate and graduate transcripts by email to ( We only consider applicants who have submitted all required documents.