Principal and Director level roles – Real World Evidence (RWE)
Locations: preferably Cambridge (UK)
Career levels: E or F
At AstraZeneca every one of our employees makes a difference to patient lives every day. We are building on our strong pipeline and turning ideas into life-changing medicines that benefit patients around the globe.
We are looking for MSc/PhD level quantitative epidemiologists, bioinformaticians, health informaticians, biomedical data scientists, clinicians/pharmacologists, bio-statisticians or related disciplines with a strong desire to learn and expand their skillset into the analysis of Real World Evidence (RWE).
The role holder will be a subject matter expert on the use of Real World Data and its capabilities in the use of RWD. The role holder will transform real-world clinical data into actionable insights for clinical development using statistical methods and innovative data visualizations to support decisions. The individual will also be responsible to the ideation of new methods and applications of RWE for new clinical development challenges and will be responsible for supporting new regulatory interactions using RWD.
The AstraZeneca Oncology R&D RWE group provide expert analysis and interpretation of the complex biomedical data captured in electronic health records, claims data, registries, wearables and epidemiological observations. This important work, which provides a rich window on the complicated realities of patients and diseases, is used to support the drug development process in a variety of ways, including:
Experience in any of the following areas would be essential:
Experience in any of the following areas would be desirable:
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