Bristol Myers Squibb Scientist, Centre for Observational Research and Data Science in Uxbridge, United Kingdom

Title: Scientist, Centre for Observational Research and Data Science

Location: EU-GB-ENG-Uxbridge

Job Number: 1702999

Scientist – Centre of Observational Research and Data Science

Bristol-Myers Squibb – Uxbridge, UK

The CORDS Scientist is an individual contributor responsible for performing non-interventional research projects in support of key customer groups including HEOR, PV&E, local HEOR teams, Medical and others. Project work includes identification of appropriate data sources, execution of protocol-related programming, analysis and summary of data and collaboration with customer on presentation of results. In addition, this role serves as a knowledge resource for the data development team and works with the CORDS Lead to coordinate therapeutic area support and communication.


  • Conduct thorough and careful analysis of data, to effectively produce required information. Includes assisting with identification of appropriate data sources for the research objectives, acquiring and storing the data for the project, programming the appropriate statistical analyses using BMS standard tools, delivering results to customers in appropriate formats and media, and assisting with follow-up questions.

  • Collaborate with the data development team to identify and deliver appropriate data resources for research strategies.

  • Actively engage with protocol authors and researchers to identify issues and influence resolutions.

  • Communicate the results of any analyses conducted effectively orally and in writing.

  • Manage complex work environment, balancing demands from multiple customers to execute projects.

  • Make sound scientific decisions based on a balance of data, analysis and experience.



• EDUCATION PREFERRED : Advanced degree in a quantitative discipline such as biostatistics, epidemiology or a related field.

• EXPERIENCE PREFERRED : Some Pharmaceutical and/or Epidemiology/ Outcomes Research experience.


  • Demonstrated abilities to analyze observational data for pharmaco-epidemiology, outcomes research, and market research.

  • Ability to use appropriate statistical methods common in outcomes research and epidemiology.

  • Proficient in SAS programming to execute these studies.

  • Manage research projects.

  • Ability to effectively communicate a study's objectives, methods and findings.

Bristol-Myers Squibb is a BioPharma leader offering opportunities to learn and grow professionally, working alongside smart, talented colleagues who are committed to helping patients prevail over serious diseases.

Our medicines help millions of people around the world in their fight against cancer, heart disease, diabetes, HIV/AIDS, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic hepatitis B and psychiatric disorders.

Our commitment to helping patients prevail over serious diseases drives leading edge science and pride in our record of achievement. Since 2002, our research and development team has helped bring to market 13 key medicines that honour our mission to discover, develop and deliver innovative medicines that help patients prevail over serious diseases. Our commitment to patients’ unmet medical needs drives innovation and pride in our record of achievement and we are recognized as having one of the most innovative pipelines in the industry with launches in Oncology and Hepatitis C due imminently.

If you feel your talent would complement the rich and diverse experience already in our teams and your key driver for success is about patient centricity then Bristol-Myers Squibb can offer you the environment where this can be achieved.

Please apply via our careers portal.

To simply learn more about this and other opportunities in oncology, virology, immunology or cardiovascular therapy areas at BMS please contact Jack Jewitt at to arrange an informal discussion.

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