Biostatistics graduate Internship (center for health research)
The intern will work with experienced statisticians and clinical investigators in the design and analysis of research projects originating from any number of specialty areas: childhood obesity, weight-loss surgery, autism, stroke, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hypertension, genomics, overactive bladder, etc. In some cases, the intern may be able to suggest a suitable research project on which to work. Candidates with interest and/or expertise in comparative effectiveness research, causal inference or machine learning are especially encouraged to apply. The intern will prepare a written report and a brief presentation summarizing the work and forming a permanent record of the intern's efforts.
Qualified candidates must be enrolled currently in a PhD program in statistics or biostatistics, and have completed at least two years of graduate work. The candidate must have good communication skills and an eagerness to work with real-world data.
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