12 statistics research jobs at Columbia University

  • Columbia University | about 11 hours ago

    for mining large clinical data sets such as electronic health records. The group applies algorithms drawn from biomedical informatics, computer science, statistics, applied mathematics, physiology, and applied

  • Columbia University | 5 days ago

    numerical modeling with new statistical inference methods. Each of the two positions will have a distinct focus, but the postdocs will be expected to work collaboratively: Parameterization of atmospheric

  • Columbia University | about 11 hours ago

    statistical genetics and computational methods to drive gene discovery from large whole exome and whole genome data sets, paired with corresponding patient clinical data. The successful candidate will be part

  • Columbia University | New York City, New York | 11 days ago

    Requisition Number: 0008110 Field(s) of Specialization: Statistics and Probability Position Title: Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow Department: 4045- A&S Statistics Department Number: 4045 Location

  • Columbia University | 1 day ago

    develop mathematical transmission models and confront them with longitudinal incidence data using cutting-edge statistical inference techniques to evaluate the efficacy of the varicella vaccine. School

  • Columbia University | 1 day ago

    in the design and statistical analysis of experiments would be a strong advantage. A solid grasp of R and/or Python is essential. Proficiency in English and excellent communication and social skills

  • Columbia University | New York City, New York | about 2 months ago

    state of the art statistical methods. However, candidates with strong research training in other fields/related fields are also welcome to apply. School/Institute/Unit: Physicians and Surgeons, College

  • Columbia University | New York City, New York | about 2 months ago

    and good statistical skills. Qualifications include: 1) Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology or related field; 2) prefer some content knowledge of suicide research and clinical experience with suicidal

  • Columbia University | 1 day ago

    statistics, computer programming, the ability to analyze and manipulate large and disparate datasets, and familiarity with tree-ring reconstructions of precipitation and drought highly desired. Additional

  • Columbia University | New York City, New York | about 1 month ago

    mathematical, statistical and computational models of lymphocyte population dynamics and fate determination, using data from experimental collaborators. This position requires strong quantitative skills

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