This position is for a qualified statistician/biostatistician to support Clinical Biostatistics within Global Development.
As a Principal Biostatistician, a typical day might include:
Working with cross-functional teams to articulate drug development questions, assess the feasibility of endpoints and frame statistical approaches to address those questions, design clinical experiments and interventional studies to generate and analyze the resulting data, and work with teams to appropriately interpret the results and make decisions.
They will co-author clinical study protocols, statistical analysis plans, and perform statistical analyses for interim and final reports. They will also develop and deliver training to non-statistical colleagues, collaborate on development of new infrastructure and processes, and influence the external pharmaceutical industry and regulatory environment through participation in professional associations, conferences, and publications.
This role might be for you if you can:
Interacts with Medical Directors, Clinical Scientists, Regulatory Affairs, Pre-clinical scientists, Statistical Programming, Data Management, Medical Writing, and others to design and analyze clinical trials.
Develops individual protocols and statistical analysis plans and determines appropriate statistical methodology for data analysis.
Collaborates with Statistical Programming on the programming of tables, figures and listings to support decision making and for regulatory reporting.
Evaluates appropriateness of available software for planned analyses and resolves needs for use of novel statistical methodology or tools.
Analyzes data and interprets results from clinical trials and of data from non-trial sources to facilitate program-level decision making.
Prepares presentations and written reports to effectively communicate results to the project team, management, and regulatory agencies. Co-presents findings to management.
Is involved in research activities for innovative statistical methods and applications in clinical trial development as well as providing training to non-statisticians.
To be considered for this opportunity, you must have the following:
PhD or equivalent degree in statistics/biostatistics or related fields with internship experience, or MS degree in statistics/biostatistics with >4 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry as a statistician.
Excellent influence and leadership skills, and a proven track record to collaborate in a cross-functional environment.
Work productively in a fast-paced collaborative environment, with demonstrated critical thinking skills, time management skills, and effective communication skills.
Proven knowledge of statistical analysis methodologies, experimental and clinical trial design
Expertise in statistical software such as R or SAS 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 eligible employees at all levels!
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