Family Medicine Research covers a range of topics in health services, health policy, comparative effectiveness, cancer prevention, primary care transformation, and educational research. Depending on the nature of any given project, the Quantitative Methodologist typically functions as either a consulting Biostatistician or as a co-Investigator.
The duties of this position include:
Serve as PhD level quantitative lead on study teams in collaboration with DFM investigators on research projects, including study design, analysis, and publication of results
Mentor master-level biostatistician team members, clinical faculty, residents, and students
Contribute to development of resources for skill-building within DFM faculty and RA groups
Present research findings at both local and national venues
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