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I have been working at IDDI full-time
European work-life balance, small US office means room for advancement, positive interaction with executives, travel to Belgium headquarters, best in class biostats team, new office next year!
Still establishing US brand presence, changes are slow, no life insurance.
Advice to Management
Be open to implementing suggestions and changes when appropriate.
I applied online. I interviewed at IDDI in March 2017.
In depth and well organised. Interviewer was prepared and expects candidate to be,too. Interview takes an hour, starting with your education and experience moving towards the knowledge that you have about IDDI.
IDDI AT ENAR SPRING MEETING
March 25, 2018 — March 28, 2018
ATLANTA, GA, USA
Are you looking for a career in biostatistics/biometrics? IDDI is always interested in qualified applicants! Come and meet us at ENAR Spring Meeting Career Placement Services March 25: 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm March 26: 9:30 am to 4:30 pm March 27: 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. We offer several positions as Senior Biostatistician, Associate Biostatistician.
Do not hesitate to register on the ENAR Career Placement Services! This is a great service to find a job! Many employers attend the ENAR Spring Meeting each year seeking qualified applicants. All registered applicants may register for up to 3 job classification types, receive full access to the placement center applicant reading/planning room, and the online employer job posting database before the ENAR Spring Meeting.
We are always looking for motivated, passionate and enthusiastic team players. Join our talent Network!
Our next webinar entitled ‘Biostatistical Challenges of Trials in Rare Diseases’ will take place on April 26, 5:00pm-6:00pm CET, 11:00am-12:00pm EDT.
Our speakers will be Everardo and Prof. Dr. Ralf-Dieter Hilgers, Department of Medical Statistics, RWTH Aachen University, Germany.
In this webinar:
• They will start by briefly reviewing the European and international initiatives on rare diseases.
• They will describe special statistical designs and analysis methodologies to address the problem of small populations. Innovative methodologies in the design and analysis of clinical trials in small population groups will be summarized focusing on results from the IDeAl project (Integrated DEsign and AnaLysis of clinical trials in small population groups).
• Ongoing efforts to bring the innovative methodology into practice and the next steps will be addressed in the conclusion.
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