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From: "Elizabeth Juarez-colunga" <ELIZABETH.JUAREZ-COLUNGA@ucdenver.edu>
To: tloughin@sfu.ca
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2015 9:55:19 PM
Subject: JOB at UCdenver

Dear Tom, 

Could you share the information of the job below among your graduates or soon to be? My research group is looking for a statistician, and we’re trying to advertise widely. 

I hope things are going well in the department. Thank you, 

E. Juarez-Colunga, PhD
Assistant Professor, Dept of Biostatistics and Informatics, University of Colorado Denver
Colorado School of Public Health | ACCORDS (Adult and Child Center for Health Outcomes Research and Delivery Science) 
T: 303.724.6971 | Elizabeth.Juarez-Colunga@ucdenver.edu
Mail Stop F443, 13199 E. Montview Blvd, Suite 300, Aurora, CO 80045


The ACCORDS Center in conjunction with the School of Medicine has an opening for a permanent full-time research track Assistant Professor. ACCORDS – Adult and Child Center for Health Outcomes Research and Delivery Science-is the umbrella structure supporting the existing adult outcomes program and the pediatric program. ACCORDS, formerly known as Colorado Health Outcomes Program (COHO) and the Children’s Outcomes Research Program (COR) are highly collaborative programs that have shared administrative infrastructure, key personnel and methodological cores for the past 10 years. ACCORDS serves as a center for health care professionals, researchers and analysts from across the University and the CCTSI to pool skills and talents to pursue health outcomes research and education. In addition, ACCORDS fosters strong research and educational collaborations with external partners including Denver Health, Kaiser Permanente, the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment and other health care delivery systems and many community organizations. ACCORDS has programs in Dissemination and Implementation Science, Education, and Community Engagement and Outreach, as well as Methodological Cores in Qualitative Science, Practice-based Research Networks (PBRNs), Biostatistics for Health Services Research, Analytic, and Health Information Technology (HIT) and mobile health.

The position will require collaborative research with health outcomes researchers, original research in health services, and/or biostatistical methodology, along with teaching in the ACCORDS sponsored fellowships. Opportunities exist for involvement and leadership in ACCORDS, and for collaborative work in health outcomes research, but all areas will be considered. The Center includes over 70 faculty members based in several academic departments and at affiliated institutions.

Full description at: 

Thomas M. Loughin, P.Stat. (SSC), PStat® (ASA)
Professor and Chair, Statistics and Actuarial Science         
Simon Fraser University              
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