Bristol Myers Squibb Senior Research Biostatistician in PRINCETON LVL, New Jersey
Employer: Bristol-Myers Squibb Company
Position: Senior Research Biostatistician (ref.# 9893)
Location: Route 206 & Province Line Road, Princeton, NJ 08540
Duties: Facilitate development of innovative solutions to statistical issues and broad development issues by using on experience with Bayesian Dose Escalation Designs, Two-stage designs, including Bayesian Adaptive Designs, Phase 3 study design, including Time to event statistical analyses, Biomarker and Pharmacometrics analysis, SAS and R software. Contribute to preparation of development strategy that will allow for effective and safe utilization of the product. Research medical literature and regulatory documents to develop an understanding of clinical, regulatory and commercial climate. Drive design of innovative and efficient clinical trials, including Bayesian adaptive designs and selection of populations to study and endpoints to use. Ensure that all analyses conducted have clearly articulated hypotheses associated with them and that trial design and data collected support conducting the analysis. Author and/or review protocol synopsis, protocol, statistical analysis plan, data presentation plan, case-report forms, clinical study reports, associated publications and other study level specification documents. Ensure that Global Business Services (GBS) Team effectively delivers on both scientific accountabilities and operational tasks (e.g. tables, figures, listings). Ensure quality in all planning, design and execution of assignments associated with an assigned protocol or project. Translate scientific questions into statistical terms and statistical concepts into layman terms. Present or respond to questions at Global Regulatory Meetings and Communicate effectively with clinical and regulatory partners and external opinion leaders. Build the external reputation of BMS Research & Development via external interactions through collaborations with alliance partners, academic and government research organizations and through conference participation. Effectively communicate with internal scientific governance bodies, clinical and regulatory partners, external opinion leaders and support relationships and interactions with development alliance partners. Ensure programming team or vendor partner understands nature of the clinical data being collected and the approaches to summarize the information. Collaborate with clinicians and medical writers to prepare summaries of results for regulatory documents and scientific articles. Assist with interpretation of results, development of key messages and communication to the development team. Provide statistical consultation for ad hoc analysis requests.
Requirements: Doctorate degree in Statistics or a related field plus 2 years of post-baccalaureate experience reflecting the demonstrable ability in the skill set described above.
**This position is eligible for our employee referral program.
Contact: Raveena GayoBristol-Myers Squibb Company 1 Squibb Drive New Brunswick, NJ 08903 Resume.email@example.com
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