Clinical trials and biostatistics research and services are carried out by a talented, diverse, and specialized collaborative team. This includes not only physician and scientist faculty members but also a wide range of allied health and technical staff. Career opportunities with the Division of Clinical Trials and Biostatistics are frequently available at Mayo Clinic's campuses in Florida, Arizona and Minnesota. In addition to full-time positions, the division has summer internships available.
Openings for clinician-researchers and faculty-level scientists can found by visiting Mayo Clinic's careers page.
Allied health careers
The Division of Clinical Trials and Biostatistics has allied health career opportunities for candidates with bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees.
The two primary allied health job categories in the Division of Clinical Trials and Biostatistics are:
Statistical programmer. Statistical programmers should be experienced in computer programming and the use of statistical software such as SAS and R for data management and performing analyses. Proven written and oral communication skills also are essential.
Candidates must have a Bachelor of Science degree in statistics or another quantitative science with experience and coursework in applied statistics. At least one object-oriented programming class is desired.
Biostatistician. Biostatisticians at Mayo Clinic function as statistical consultants and project coordinators by applying statistical, computational and scientific expertise to the design, implementation, analysis, interpretation and reporting of research, clinical and administrative studies.
Biostatistician positions require a graduate degree in statistics or biostatistics, experience with computer programming, familiarity with statistical software such as SAS and R interpretable machine learning (IML), and excellent written and oral communication skills. Prior consulting and project management experience is preferred.