Clinical Epidemiologist

Remote Position
Position Summary: 

• Functioning as a key member of the Corrona Epidemiology team, the Clinical Epidemiologist is a doctoral-level position with the primary role of overseeing subscriber projects to provide research development support for epidemiologic and pharmacovigilance analyses

• Critical skills for this position include in depth knowledge of observational research methodologies with some experience in pharmacoepidemiology, the ability to lead complex research projects, and effective consulting and communication with our subscribers (including their biostatistical teams), collaborating Key Opinion Leaders in research areas of interests, and internal stakeholders at Corrona

• Specifically, this role is to provide epidemiologic input when performing the following tasks while working with subscribers: 1) translate subscriber ideas into feasible and robust research questions (queries) addressable using Corrona registry data 2) design studies and outline the Statistical Analysis Plan (SAP), 3) review analytic reports and interpret the output of the pursued queries, and 4) develop research communications (abstracts, posters, manuscripts)

The Clinical Epidemiologist will play a role in the following functional capacities:
• Assist in overseeing subscriber projects across observational data registries
• Serve as project lead for subscriber projects, which includes designing studies, outlining SAPs, reviewing the drafted reports, and communicating the study outcomes (e.g., developing abstracts, posters, podium presentations and manuscripts)
• Draft Statistical Analysis Plans (SAPs) in collaboration with the lead biostatistician, as appropriate
• Consult, through weekly/monthly conference calls, with subscribers’ Medical Affairs teams, as well as Key Opinion Leaders, on research ideas and study designs that leverage Corrona registry data
• Develop original research ideas and present them to subscribers so that a steady pipeline of active projects is maintained
• Provide mentorship to colleagues with respect to research development and pharmacovigilance (including study design, methodologic approaches and writing skills)
• Participate and support internal company needs as directed by the Associate Scientific Director of Epidemiology
• Represent Corrona at subscriber meetings, professional meetings, symposia and trade shows
• Additional duties may be assigned, either temporary or permanent based upon company needs

• Doctorate (PhD, DSc, ScD) in epidemiology or equivalent experience
• Minimum of 5 years of epidemiology research experience (design, execution and publication of epidemiologic research); experience in observational research and/or pharmacoepidemiology preferred
• Experience and familiarity with quantitative and qualitative research methods
• Must be highly organized and detail-oriented, with excellent time management skills
• Must possess strong communication and consulting skills, as well as proficiency in scientific writing
• Completion of Human Subjects Protection (HSP) training (provided by Corrona)

• Remote position
• Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50%
• Travel within the US – up to 15%


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