Clinical Research Data Administrator I

Are you interested in making a world of difference in cancer care? Cancer strikes more than 10 million people worldwide each year. As the leading medical society representing doctors who care for people with cancer, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) is committed to conquering cancer through research, education, and promotion of the highest quality, equitable patient care. Who we are: ASCO is a stable, forward-thinking membership organization that operates in a results-oriented work environment in which employees’ evaluation emphasizes performance outcomes over presence or time. ASCO offers competitive salaries, an excellent benefits package, and opportunities to participate in professional development programs. To learn what it’s like to work at ASCO, click here. Who we are looking for: A high performing Clinical Research Data Administrator to join the Research and Analysis Division (RAD) of the Center for Research and Analytics. The selected candidate will provide data and study support for a multi-site clinical trial in cancer research, the Targeted Agent and Profiling Utilization Registry (TAPUR) Study ( The selected candidate will be responsible for several TAPUR study activities, including the daily review of the multiple and ongoing tumor evaluations for each of the 2300+ participants on the study, resulting queries, and managing the release and closeout of the queries in the data capture platform after review. This position is located in Alexandria, VA although remote candidates will be considered. What you will do: - Maintain detailed knowledge of protocol, manuals, study forms and variables, study databases, and other study documents, and maintain data dictionaries - Identify, resolve, and track data discrepancies both within the electronic data capture system and outside of it - Support curation and organization of non-structured data to support analysis and publication activities - Develop and administer a User Acceptance Testing process to support implementation of study forms in electronic data capture platform - Prepare and adhere to standard operating procedures (SOPs) for data management, monitoring, and reporting activities - Support routine and ad hoc TAPUR Study Team work What you will need in order to be successful: - Bachelor's degree or equivalent level of experience, training, and education - At least two years’ experience working in clinical research - Proficiency with reviewing clinical trial data and resolving discrepancies - Familiarity with electronic data capture systems, preferably Medidata - Effective written and verbal communication - Strong organizational, investigative, documentation and summarization skills - Strong interpersonal skills with an emphasis on project management and effectiveness - Effective written and verbal communication - Ability to work on multiple projects with competing deadlines - Self-managed with excellent time management skills Ideal candidates will also contribute: - Bachelor’s degree in healthcare or related field ADA/Physical Requirements - No special requirements Travel - 1-5 days/year Apply for this position here: At ASCO, our goal is to foster and encourage a diversity of thought, experience, and background in our workplace. Our organization’s culture is multi-dimensional, and we encourage our employees to leverage their unique perspectives and ideas. ASCO is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

American Society of Clinical Oncology
Contact: Laurenne Bamdele

Telephone: 5714831325
2318 Mill Road
Suite 800
Alexandria, Virginia 22314 United States

Faculty Biostatistician Boston Children’s Hospital Heart Center

This is a unique opportunity to join the team of faculty and staff biostatisticians within Boston Children’s Hospital Heart Center Clinical Research Program (cardiology; cardiac surgery; CV nursing and anesthesia). You will collaborate with cardiologists, cardiac surgeons, and scientists working on clinical research studies, and provide major contributions to the design, conduct, monitoring and analysis of randomized clinical trials and epidemiological studies at Boston Children's Hospital in the Heart Center. You will provide leadership in biostatistical methods, and play an important role in mentoring fellows and junior investigators with respect to clinical research design for Heart Center studies and grant applications. There is large opportunity to coauthor clinical research manuscripts with Heart Center investigators as well as the opportunity to conduct applied statistical research. This position will include investigator collaboration on a wide variety of studies of children with congenital and acquired heart disease, and evaluation of innovative approaches to treatment. The successful applicant will be able to apply their talents to multiple problems and projects at one time; and enjoys and is skilled at active independent collaboration with physician researchers. Principal Duties and Responsibilities 1. Collaborates and consults with cardiologist and cardiac surgeon scientist investigators by contributing to the statistical design, conduct, and analysis of clinical trials, registries and other study designs to execute cardiology and cardiac surgery clinical research. 2. Provides education and mentoring to residents, faculty, and other key research study staff in the Heart Center on basic and advanced biostatistical design and analysis issues. 3. Contributes to manuscripts and presentations, including writing descriptions of statistical methods to analyze data, preparing tables and graphics of study results, and critical review of manuscripts for accuracy of data interpretation. 4. Collaborates on the development and writing of grant applications, including study design, power calculations and analytic plan. 5. Provides analytic support for clinical and regulatory reports. Prepares organized, detailed summaries of statistical findings with automated document-quality output for associated tables. Requirements 1. Knowledge of statistical theory, methods, and software and essentials of good clinical research practices. Doctoral degree in Biostatistics or Statistics and 1-5 years experience. A record of collaborative clinical research is desirable. 2. Knowledge of intermediate to advanced statistical methods, including clinical trials, time-to-event methodologies, resampling methods, nonparametric and nonlinear models, innovative approaches to risk stratification, and longitudinal analysis of categorical and continuous outcomes. Additionally, familiarity with machine learning techniques is desired but not required. 3. Advanced knowledge of statistical programming for analysis and graphics (e.g. SAS, R, Stata), including macros, SQL, and output delivery systems. 4. Ability to independently provide design consultation advice to physician investigators, problem-solve and execute multiple projects at one time. 5. Preferred familiarity with cardiology, preferably cardiac anatomy and congenital heart disease, measurement of cardiac size and function, and cardiac procedures. The Department of Cardiology has over 100 faculty and fellows. The Heart Center Clinical Research Program includes over 50 research staff and scientists, including 7 statisticians. Application Instructions: A cover letter is required. Please email your CV and cover letter to Dr. Lynn Sleeper, Scientific Director, Heart Center Clinical Research Program, at:

Boston Children's Hospital, Department of Cardiology
Contact: Lynn Sleeper, ScD

Telephone: 8572185459
Dept. of Cardiology
Boston Children's Hospital
300 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115 United States

Tenure-Track Assistant or Associate Professor - CCTES

The Department of Epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor specializing in evidence synthesis. The candidate will be based in the Center for Clinical Trials and Evidence Synthesis. We welcome applications from candidates who are in the early to mid phases their academic career. Academic rank will be commensurate with experience. Applicants should hold a doctoral degree in epidemiology, medicine, or a related discipline with graduate training in epidemiology. Successful candidates will have demonstrated original scholarship, possess excellent written and communication skills as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications and professional meeting presentations, and have the capacity for an independent research program. Candidates will be expected to teach classes in epidemiology and mentor graduate students. The Department of Epidemiology is one of the oldest and largest departments of epidemiology in the world, with over 200 doctoral and master’s students and a diverse research program directed by over 125 faculty. The institution has a strong research infrastructure and commitment to conduct both observational and experimental research. Candidates should possess a solid epidemiologic foundation to contribute to the research and teaching missions of the Department. Interested applicants should send a cover letter with their curriculum vitae, research statement, and the names of three references by November 30, 2021 to: Inquiries for further information should be directed to Dr. Douglas A. Jabs, Search Committee Chair, at

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Contact: Taylor Binnix

615 N. Wolfe Street
Room 200
Baltimore, MD 21205 United States