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Opportunity: Director, Non-Interventional Research, HEOR (#1001997) @ Bristol-Myers Squibb--Princeton, NJ (US)
Submitted by Jody Aikawa; posted on Monday, October 25, 2010
RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position is an individual contributor with matrix responsibility for strategic leadership of non interventional research with in the RWR team and consulting to the HEOR organization on non-interventional research issues, including research question development, methods, statistical analysis plan development, variable definition, data collection, interpretation of results and communication planning to the organization. In addition, the incumbent will perform RWR-based research projects within the RWR Center scope of work, organize and facilitate a RWR NIR review board consisting of industry KOLs, participate on the Observational Protocol Review Committee, and advise leadership regarding analytic tool developments to ensure optimal research efficiency.

REQUIREMENTS:
- Strong knowledge of non-interventional research methods, particularly as applied in HEOR setting
- 7+ years experience working with retrospective data sources as well as designing prospective research studies
- Strong verbal and written communication skills are required.
- PhD in epidemiology, biostatistics or related research field required.
- Experience with outcomes research protocol development and execution, statistical programming and project management required, including 5+ years in the pharmaceutical industry.

LOCALE:
Princeton, NJ

HOW TO APPLY:
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