Washington University School of Medicine - Director, Division of Biostatistics
MO, St. Louis
The Division of Biostatistics at Washington University in St. Louis is seeking a dynamic faculty candidate to serve as Director of the Division of Biostatistics. The Division engages in innovative research, workforce development and biostatistics service delivery.
The Division spans traditional organizational boundaries and provides for a crosscutting community-of-practice that enhances and extends the academic and operational strengths of the university and one that leverages the unique living laboratory afforded by the robust local and regional research and healthcare delivery enterprises.
The teaching and training component of the Division’s mission is focused on a multi-disciplinary graduate training program in biostatistics and a post-doctoral training program in genetic epidemiology and a summer Program to Increase Diversity among Individuals Engaged in health-related research (PRIDE).
The ideal candidate for this role will be an established biostatistician with demonstrated leadership experience or potential. Such individuals should have a track record of scholarly achievement as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications, extramural funding and successful trainees whom they have mentored. Candidates should have a terminal degree in biostatistics, statistics, data science, the computational sciences, or relevant clinical fields (e.g., MD, DO, DNP, etc.) with additional biostatistics-specific training.
Inquiries, nominations and applications are invited. Please direct all application materials to Joyce De Leo, PhD or Scott Dethloff via the buttons below. Inquiries and nominations may also be directed to the consultants through the portal.
Washington University School of Medicine values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other status protected by law.