London, England, United Kingdom
The Senior Statistician at Orchard Therapeutics is a key member of a cross-functional team working to provide transformative gene therapies to patients with rare diseases. Reporting to the Director Biostatistics, this role provides a unique opportunity to contribute your statistical expertise to all aspects of clinical drug development in a dynamic environment.
In this role you will be expected to take on the responsibilities of the lead statistician for a number of studies. As a key member of the Clinical Study Team, you will be required to provide input to all statistical aspects of clinical studies and submissions paying particular regard to data and statistical quality, relevance to regulatory requirements, and scientific validity.
Key responsibilities will include:
Expertise in a range of statistical methodologies with practical applications
Ability to communicate complex statistical concepts to non-statisticians
Demonstrable project management and interpersonal skills
Good knowledge of CDISC standards
Self-starter with the ability to work on a cross-functional team
Experience working in rare diseases or in trials in small populations would be an advantage
Experience with Bayesian methodology would be an advantage
Education & skills
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