Question: Job Posting in Biostatistics/Statistics
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Janusz Kawczak • 10
Janusz Kawczak • 10 wrote:
This may be of interest to some of you. Janusz Kawczak. Associate Professor in Biostatistics or Statistics The Department of Mathematics is soliciting applications for the tenure track position of Associate Professorship in BioStatistics or Applied Statistics, beginning August 2003. Demonstrated prior experience in multidisciplinary medical or health related funded research is required. Expected to be an asset in interdisciplinary health research projects in collaboration with the College of Health and Human SErvices and other health-related programs. A Ph. D. in Biostatistics or Statistics is required and demonstrated excellence in research and teaching. The decision process will start early in 2003. Applicants should submit a complete resume, a description of research interests, and at least three letters of references to Search Committee, Department of Mathematics, University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC 28223. Contact Dr. Alan Dow at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. AA/EOE Women and underrepresented minorities are urged to apply. The Department of Mathematics, in cooperation with the College of Health and Human Services, is seeking an Associate Professor of BioStatistics or Applied Statistics. The successful applicant will be expected to be, or soon become, a significant asset to interdisciplinary research projects in multidisciplinary medical and health related areas. Those with prior experience in such funded research will be given preference. The Department of Mathematics is in the College of Arts and Science, has over 45 faculty members and a successful Ph.D. program. There are seven statisticians and six others working in probability and stochastic processes. In statistics, much of the research thrust in both theoretical and applied statistics in recent years has been in statistical methodology motivated by scientific or practical problems. The department's statistics group has a strong, accomplished record in the areas of Bayesian analysis, design of experiments, nonparametric statistics, reliability theory, and survival analysis. The statistics group's work in these areas is particularly characterized by its robust, interdisciplinary applicability. The College of Health and Human Services includes the departments of Health Behavior and Administration, Kinesiology, and Social Work, and the School of Nursing. Master's degrees are offered in four departments. The College currently has over $2 million in externally funded projects, including seven federally funded projects. Forty-five percent of proposals submitted by faculty were funded last year. Faculty members conduct research in a wide variety of health areas including nutrition, gerontology, end of life issues, heart disease, quality of life, self-efficacy, and cancer.
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