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Current Openings:

Biostatistician, RECOVER:

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Biostatistics is seeking Masters-level Biostatisticians to join our team working on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) sponsored RECOVER project, an initiative to understand, prevent, and treat the long-term complications of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Mass General Brigham (MGB) is partnering with the NIH to launch the RECOVER Data Resource Core (DRC), which will contribute to the collection, harmonization, and quality assurance of data collected on study participants, including so-called COVID-19 “long-haulers,” throughout the nation.  This team will operate under a Principal Investigator based at MGH.
Learn More and Apply: Interested candidates should apply via the MGH website.

Biostatistician 1:

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Biostatistics is seeking a Biostatistician I to join our team supporting clinical trials and observational studies. Current research projects needing statistical support include comparative effectiveness trials in psychiatry in collaboration with the Dauten Family Center for Bipolar Treatment Innovation, and supportive care studies in cancer in collaboration with the Cancer Outcomes Research and Education Program.
Learn More and Apply: Interested candidates should apply via the MGH website.


Research Technician:

The Skates Research Group in Biostatistics and the Cancer Center at Massachusetts General Hospital is looking for candidates who will be graduating in May 2022 and are interested in gaining experience full-time as a research technician post-grad. As part of the National Cancer Institute’s Early Detection Research Network, Dr. Steven Skates leads a research group on early detection of cancer with a specific focus on early detection of ovarian cancer. The research includes identifying cancer biomarkers in plasma, uterine lavage, and cervical swabs, developing early detection algorithms by combining information across multiple biomarkers and across multiple time points, and designing, conducting, and analyzing early detection studies, with retrospective analyses of existing biobanks, and prospective studies to assess the impact of early detection algorithms and to develop new biobanks.
Learn More and Apply: Interested candidates should apply via the MGH website.

Student Research Opportunities:

MGH Biostatistics is seeking graduate students in the Boston area to support investigators in our group in methodological and collaborative research across a wide range of projects. Research positions will be paid and a variety of flexible arrangements are available. 

To apply: Please reach out to if interested. A CV or formal application is not necessary. We are always looking to engage students in our research and new opportunities arise on a rolling basis starting Fall 2022.