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Statistical Data Analyst, HIV Studies Unit, University of Toronto

Full time
St. George Campus

The HIV Studies Unit at the University of Toronto is seeking an
experienced full-time  data analyst for a multi-disciplinary
longitudinal open cohort study of early HIV infection in Ontario. 
Responsibilities include working with existing SAS databases,
conducting quantitative data analysis of epidemiological,
socio-behavioural and clinical data, and preparing abstracts,
presentations, reports and publications.

Candidates should have a Master's or PhD degree in biostatistics,
epidemiology, public health sciences, or a related discipline. 
Ideal candidates will have a demonstrated ability with data management
and longitudinal data analysis, and strong quantitative skills. 
Candidates must be proficient in SAS programming and have experience
working with complex datasets.  Good communication and
organizational skills, and ability to work independently are
essential.  Experience with HIV-related or other health research
is required.

Salary Range:  Commensurate with skills and experience

Send applications, consisting of cover letter and resume to

Dr. Liviana Calzavara
HIV Social, Behavioural and Epidemiological Studies Unit
Department of Public Health Sciences
5th Floor, Health Sciences Building, 155 College Street
Toronto, ON M5T 3M7
Fax: (416) 971-2704
liviana.calzavara@utoronto.ca