Summary Description: The Department of Pathology and Cell Biology at Columbia University Medical Center is searching for a highly motivated Staff Associate to serve as database and analytics specialist in the newly created Clinical Laboratory Analytics Team (CLAT). The mission of the CLAT is to develop and apply quantitative methods for the analysis and visualization of clinical laboratory data and relate the resulting statistical descriptors to improve laboratory utilization and increase the accuracy and efficiency of disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention through laboratory testing. In addition, the CLAT will support a variety of functionalities related to the practice of Pathology that require the use of web-based interaction with databases, including accessing and visualizing laboratory analytics dashboards, microscopic slide images, and tracking of trainee educational achievements.General duties and responsibilities include providing programming expertise to support the needs of the CLAT and the newly established Digital and Computational Pathology Laboratory (DCPL). Interact with the team members of the CLAT and DCPL to promote the goals of these laboratory analytics and digital imaging initiatives.Support and manage intradepartmental, interdepartmental, and inter-institutional collaborations including development, evaluation, and maintenance of new analytical and visualization tools to enhance the practice of Pathology.
Minimum Qualifications: Four years of relevant experience for a Staff Associate.
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Columbia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
Internal Number: 334_65972
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