- Write research proposals or grant applications for submission to external bodies.
- Teach graduate or continuing education courses or seminars in biostatistics.
- Read current literature, attend meetings or conferences, and talk with colleagues to keep abreast of methodological or conceptual developments in fields such as biostatistics, pharmacology, life sciences, and social sciences.
- Prepare statistical data for inclusion in reports to data monitoring committees, federal regulatory agencies, managers, or clients.
- Prepare articles for publication or presentation at professional conferences.
- Calculate sample size requirements for clinical studies.
- Determine project plans, timelines, or technical objectives for statistical aspects of biological research studies.
- Assign work to biostatistical assistants or programmers.
- Write program code to analyze data with statistical analysis software.
- Write detailed analysis plans and descriptions of analyses and findings for research protocols or reports.
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Projections Quick View:
Five: Extensive Preparation Needed
Highest ($50,000 and up)