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ICON Clinical Research hiring Trainee Assistant Biostatistician

ICON currently has an exciting opportunity for recent graduates, with a Masters degree in Biostatics, statistics or related field to be trained into the role of Biostatistician based in our Chennai office.

The successful candidate will be provided with full training and support to become a Biostatistician. ICON is able to provide long term career progression for the successful candidate.
Under the Supervision of Senior Biostatistician, this position is responsible for statistical aspects of clinical and preclinical research projects. Project Responsibilities include assistance with writing statistical analysis plans and TFL mock template, conducting statistical analysis reviews an interpretation of data and reporting results.

Role Requirements
Masters degree in Biostatics, statistics or related field

QUALIFICATION CRITERIA

Experience             : 0 to 1 yrs.
Salary                      : Not specified
Job Location          : Chennai
Qualification           : Any Graduate, M Sc

COMPANY DETAILS

Company Name      : ICON Clinical Research
Company Address : NA
Company Profile    : ICON is a global provider of outsourced development services to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. We specialise in the strategic development, management and analysis of programs that support Clinical Development – from compound selection to Phase I-IV clinical studies

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