Pfizer Inc. is seeking an Associate Director, Biostatistics in New York, NY.
Provide statistical support for projects in Rare Disease. Collaborate with study teams working effectively within the clinical triad (clinician, clinical pharmacologist, statistician) to design studies, develop protocols, write statistical analysis plans, perform statistical analyses, write reports, present results summarizing findings, and develop publications of results. Participate in regulatory submissions and responses to regulatory inquiries. Directly contribute to the Company by increasing the strength of study designs, interpretability of results, regulatory strategy and interactions, biomarker strategies, and by implementing modeling to inform drug development. Provide scientifically rigorous statistical inputs into project development plans, regulatory submissions and questions, interpretations of statistical results, study designs, statistical analysis plans, and scientific and commercialization projects. Assume accountability for study level and submission level statistical deliverables on assigned projects including timelines and quality of deliverables according to project plans. Develop effective collaborations with others within clinical teams, partner lines (such as Development Operations, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Safety Risk Management, Regulatory) and external regulatory industry, professional, and academic organizations. Ensure that all study and project level statistical activities are conducted in compliance with relevant regulatory requirements and Pfizer standards. Assume responsibility for implementation of quality, productivity, and other best practices, including co-ownership of EQDD plans, in close collaboration with other triad members or stakeholders. Provide planning, delivery and communication of statistical analysis, data, presentations, and scientific reports, including clinical trial results, exploratory and meta-analysis results, modeling and simulation in support of various activities including publications, scientific presentations, and product defense. Participate in research on statistical methodology and its applications pertinent to Pfizer's business needs. Help maintain a strong statistical community at Pfizer through collaborations, scholarship, presentations, and learning across divisions and locations.
Requires: Ph.D. degree in Statistics or a closely related field plus 3 years of experience as Senior Manager Biostatistics, Statistics Lead (Associate Director), Statistics Lead (Senior Manager) or similar position. Also requires 3 years of experience with the following (experience may be gained concurrently): Clinical trials and business providing an understanding of the process associated with statistical analysis of data from clinical trials. The provision of statistical leadership to cross-functional teams at the project level. Computational skills in R. Explaining statistical techniques, considerations, and results to non-statisticians. Modeling and simulation. Developing and utilizing matching and weighing methods in analyzing real world data (RWD). Publishing work in peer-reviewed statistical journals, including at least one first-authored publication. Using Bayesian methods in scientific research (incorporation of prior information in utilizing Bayesian methods as appropriate). Longitudinal data analysis.
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