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Fwd: Senior Surveillance Analyst, Surveillance & Reporting, CancerControl Alberta, AHS

Richard Lockhart, Professor

Stat & Act Sci; Simon Fraser Univ.     
Phone:  (778) 782-3264
Burnaby BC V5A 1S6                     FAX:    (778) 782-4368
e-mail:   lockhart@sfu.ca

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Subject: Senior Surveillance Analyst, Surveillance & Reporting, CancerControl Alberta, AHS
Date: December 15, 2014 at 7:53:44 AM PST
To: SSC Discussion <d-ssc@ssc.ca>, SSC Biostats <ssc-biostat@sfu.ca>

Dear Colleagues:

Surveillance & Reporting develops and provides analysis and evidence to
drive improvements in CancerControl Alberta that will reduce the burden of
cancer in Albertans. Surveillance and Reporting, C-MORE is a department of
CancerControl Alberta which focuses on analysing cancer data on cancer
diagnosis, treatment and outcomes for the purpose of surveillance,
performance measurement and patient pathways. Some of the work we do
includes national reporting, collaboration on projects to improve patient
outcomes, data requests and published reports.

This employment opportunity for a MSc-trained biostatistician or
statistician is currently available, with work location within
AB negotiable. Further details on the position and application
instructions can be found here:


Thank you for passing along this opportunity to individuals who might
be interested in this crutial position.

Karen Kopciuk

Research Scientist/Statistician
Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Research,
  CancerControl Alberta, Alberta Health Services
and Adjunct Associate Professor,
Departments of Oncology, & Mathematics and Statistics, University of Calgary

Please Note: a new mailing address effective 24th of February 2014
Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention Research
CancerControl Alberta, AHS
Richmond Road Diagnostic  & Treatment Centre
1820 Richmond Road, SW
Calgary, Alberta  T2T 5C7 Canada

Phone: (403) 955-4699 (RRDTC)
      (403) 220-6357  (HRIC) Thursdays
Fax:   (403) 476-2654
e-mail: kakopciu@ucalgary.ca
website: www.epi-research.org