The Charleston Alcohol Research Center (ARC), within the Addiction Sciences Division (ASD) of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), is recruiting an Assistant Professor biostatistician to support its research efforts and those of others in the ASD. The successful applicant for this position will have a PhD degree in quantitative psychology, biometry, statistics or related discipline, and will provide statistical analyses, experimental design, database management and quality control support for research related to alcoholism and other addictive substances. The salary will be commensurate with the selected individual’s experience and potential. Our goal is to have the selected candidate on-site no later than the summer of 2017.
The ARC, a P50 Center Grant funded by NIAAA, has been in existence for 21 years and forms the backbone for alcohol research within the division. The ARC has 17 affiliated faculty (both clinical and basic science) and many of its faculty are widely recognized leaders in alcohol research. The greater ASD has 34 funded faculty and currently has 14 million dollars of extramural research funding. The ARC is housed within the Institute of Psychiatry, a free standing clinical and research facility on the MUSC Campus. To learn more about the Charleston Alcohol Research Center and the Addiction Sciences Division, please go to www.musc.edu/arc and www.musc.edu/psychiatry/addiction-sciences.
The ARC is located in historic Charleston, South Carolina, which has been recognized by top travel and leisure magazines as one of the best places in the United States to visit and live. It has a temperate climate and, being one of the oldest cities in the U.S., has numerous historical/cultural sites. It hosts many recurring cultural events including the Spoleto Festival- an internationally recognized performing arts event. It has numerous beaches, golf courses, tennis facilities, riding trails, and is in close proximity to the mountains of North Carolina.
Interested individuals desiring more information should contact Raymond F. Anton, MD by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or apply directly by going to www.musc.edu/hr and selecting the Search Jobs field. Under Job Search, enter 497493 and then select the Apply Now button to begin your application.
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