Research Assistant (Biostatistics)

at University of Melbourne

We are seeking a research assistant in biostatistics to work on an NHMRC-funded project to assess cancer risks following exposure to low-dose ionising radiation from CT scans and other medical X-rays. Ideally you will have a PhD or Masters degree in biostatistics and/or epidemiology, experience using Stata for statistical analyses (especially survival analyses and/or analyses of large datasets), and experience writing up the results of your analyses for publication.

Parkville Victoria Australia

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