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    Biostatistics opportunity in a new genomics company

    Offering an exciting opportunity for a biostatistician to join a rapidly growing genomics company based in Cambridge, UK If you have experience of developing predictive/prognostic algorithms, a knowledge of clinical genomic sequencing and a desire to make a real impact on the improvement of...
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    Graduate certificate in biostatistics...worth it?

    Hello everyone glad to be on this forum. I am masters student, currently studying health sciences. Although the program's name is health sciences, most of my graduate training and courses have been in epidemiology, multivariate and univariate statistics and over the years I have become...
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    Career change from signal processing to statistics

    Hope some of you can offer some advice here. I have a Ph.D. in statistical signal processing (part of electrical engineering) and I've worked for almost 15 years in the defense industry on digital communication systems. I'm currently working from home for a small company and the work is sort of...
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    Trying to Switch From Qualitative Field into Statistics

    Hello everyone, I've always been into statistics but I never studied it, other than a little in high school. I've decided I want to try to get a job in the 'big data' field, or any job where I would analyze data in ways that enable business decisions, for example being the guy at Facebook who...
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    Seeking Advise on University

    Hi, I am seriously thinking to Pursue Masters in Biostatistics. Can any one suggest universities with reasonable fees in either Europe or Australia for an international student. I have tried Google many times but majority of universities I found are offering it via distance education. But I...
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    A Day in the Life...

    Hi All, I’m looking at changing careers from mechanical engineering to statistics. However, I’m having a hard time finding information on what a “real life statistician” actually does all day. The descriptions online are very general. I enjoyed the basic statistics courses I took in...
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    Job: Health Economist/Economitrician/Biostatistician Required

    Health Economist Introduction This is an opportunity to work for an international company specialising in Health Economics, Patient-Reported Outcomes (PRO), Epidemiology, and Translations and Linguistic Validation. With offices across Europe, USA and Asia they specialise in consultancy...