Associate Director-Biostatistics, Medical Analytics (Oncology)

Location
Tarrytown, New York, United States of America
Posted
Jul 26, 2021
Ref
24119BR
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Full time
The Associate Director (Biostatistics) within Medical Analytics will be the statistical lead responsible for our oncology products in Medical Affairs. Collaborating with HEOR, you will provide strategic guidance, plan and execute statistical analysis, for lifecycle management aligning with the publications plan, and support HEOR studies intended for payer and reimbursement need

A typical day may include:
Statistical Expertise in Study Design and Analysis: Scientific/statistical input into research study design, formulates novel methods to problem solving, and independently develop the statistical analysis plan to implement those solutions. You will develop statistical methods to support:
• Medical Affairs including analysis using the clinical database for scientific meetings, publications, and internal decision-making.
• Health Economics and Outcomes Research including meta-analysis, patient reported outcomes (including development/validation), HTA/reimbursement/value dossiers, and real world studies.
• New studies (e.g., Phase IIIb/IV) including randomized studies, observational (non-randomized) studies, registries, non-interventional studies, adaptive studies, pragmatic clinical trials, etc.
Plan and Execute Statistical Analysis:
• Authoring the Statistical Analysis Plan (SAP) to define the appropriate statistical analyses to address research questions, specifications for data derivation, specifications for the methodology, and the display shells for the outputs. .
• Performing and/or coordinating the statistical analyses using SAS to generate tables, listings, and figures for use in publications/presentations and for internal purposes.
• Ensuring quality of results through appropriate testing and active review for completeness and accuracy including oversight of work packages outsourced to CROs.
• Maintaining state-of-the-art statistical science by participating in scientific societies, constant review of the clinical and statistical literature, and translate and apply relevant innovative statistical methodology to everyday work.
Medical Analytics Departmental Initiatives
• Developing standards including standard analysis/display catalogues and SAS macro libraries.
• Further the technology, systems, and process infrastructure.
• Educating and disseminating knowledge throughout the organization for areas within the expertise of Medical Analytics.

This may be for you if you:
• Enjoy working in a dynamic team with a wide range of interfaces.
• Have demonstrated skills to interpret, explain, and discuss results of complex statistical analyses to both technical and non-technical audiences.
• Can apply leadership techniques to promote teamwork, innovation, and motivation.
• Provide feedback into Medical Analytics policies and process improvement work streams (scientific, systems and processes).

To be considered for this, you are required to have a PhD in statistics/biostatistics/ epidemiology with 6+ years of demonstrated ability (or MS with 9+ years). Your knowledge base should include current statistical methods, at least 5 years using SAS to solve statistical problems, and experience with sample size calculation software (East, PASS, AddPlan, Nquery, etc.). Experience in generating solutions to problems presented by medical and commercial personnel within the biopharmaceutical industry is required.

Does this sound like you? Apply now to take your first steps toward living the Regeneron Way! We have an inclusive and diverse culture that provides amazing benefits including health and wellness programs, fitness centers and stock for employees at all levels!

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