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StataCorp is seeking an intern with expertise in Biostatistics. Interns work with a senior member of Statas development team. This position may include projects in the areas of survival analysis, pharmacokinetic analysis, and clinical trials, as well as other areas.

StataCorps summer internships offer the opportunity for students to learn the inner workings of statistical software development by working closely with StataCorps professional staff at their campus in College Station, TX. Statistical software development is a challenging and rewarding career, ideal for those with a graduate education in biostatistics or a related field and those with a keen interest in using their problem-solving skills to produce commercial software for use by all types of researchers, from medical professionals to leaders in finance.

Job duties may include learning how to use and program in Stata; collaborating on projects suitable for publication in the Stata Journal; creating support materials; and assisting in adding new features to Stata in the area of biostatistics, along with testing and documenting those features.

Candidates must be enrolled in a PhD program in biostatistics and must have completed at least three years of graduate coursework. Candidates must also have good statistical, technical writing, and communication skills, and have experience programming in Stata, C/C++, Java, or other statistical and programming languages.

The application period is open between December 1 and January 20.

StataCorp LLC is an affirmative action employer minorities/females/veterans/disability.

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