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Current Openings:

Faculty Biostatistician:

The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Division of Clinical Research is seeking qualified applicants with doctoral degrees in Biostatistics or a related field for a faculty-level position in Biostatistics. Successful candidate(s) will have excellent oral and written communication skills, a strong methodological background, and interest in collaborating with a team of clinical researchers at MGH and other Harvard-affiliated institutions. Academic appointments at the rank of Instructor, Assistant, or Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School will be within the Department of Medicine. Faculty are involved in teaching of medical students, residents, and fellows.

Areas of particular interest include the following:

(1) Observational data including statistical expertise in causal inference, longitudinal data analysis, hierarchical modeling, Bayesian methods, machine learning, and missing data methods;

(2) Clinical trials including interest in multi-site phase I – III trials, comparative effectiveness trials, novel study designs (including group-sequential, platform, and adaptive designs), Bayesian methods, survival analysis, and longitudinal modeling.

MGH is the largest research hospital in the United States with an annual research budget of over one billion dollars. The mission of MGH Biostatistics is to engage in trans-disciplinary partnerships involving quantitative methods in public health and biomedicine. The Biostatistics team includes over 70 members (23 faculty) who are deeply embedded in collaborative research projects across more than twenty different domains. Candidates with interest in Neurology, Cancer, Psychiatry, and Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine are especially encouraged to apply.

Interested candidates should send a cover letter, research statement, three potential referees and Curriculum Vitae to Review of applications will begin December 5, 2022 and continue until the position is filled.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions or any other characteristic protected by law.

Biostatistician I:

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Biostatistics is seeking Biostatisticians to join our team working on a variety of research projects including clinical trials and observational studies. Potential projects include, but are not limited to; a multi-center, multi-regimen, platform clinical trial in ALS (HEALEY ALS Platform Trial), clinical trials and observational studies in cancer and the NIH-sponsored RECOVER project, a national longitudinal study on COVID-19 “long-haulers”. 

Learn More and Apply: Interested candidates should apply via the MGH website.

Clinical Research Coordinator I:

Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Biostatistics is seeking a Clinical Research Coordinator I 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.

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.