Open rank faculty position in cancer biostatistics

The University of Wisconsin-Madison and School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH) invite applications for an open rank tenure track position in cancer biostatistics beginning Summer of 2024. We are particularly interested in receiving applications from candidates of diverse backgrounds and life experiences who will bring their unique perspectives to their work and broaden the impact of UW-Madison’s clinical, research, teaching, and service missions. Help us change the world!

Biostatistical methods support study design, conduct, analysis, and reporting at all levels of contemporary cancer research, from basic mechanistic studies to multi-omic investigations, prevention efforts, clinical trials, population studies, complex interventions, social determinants of health, and more. Biostatistical contributions assure that resources are used efficiently, that proposed studies can detect clinically and biologically relevant effects in the presence of variation, that information is reliably and reproducibly extracted from data, and that studies involving biomedical and health data meet the highest standards of statistical analysis.

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