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Connecticut
■ Biostatistician (Psychiatry). Provide statisti-
cal analysis support and data integration to
researchers. Conduct statistical method analy-
sis of data utilizing SAS, SPSS, and S-PLUS
programming languages. Master’s degree
in statistics, biostatistics, or related. Please
send cover letter and resume to Staffing and
Career Development, ATTN: AH1, Yale
University, P.O. Box 208256, New Haven,
CT 06520-8256. EOE.
Florida
■ Emerging Pathogens Institute, University
of Florida, seeks a postdoctoral research asso-
ciate to work on a Bill and Melinda Gates
Foundation–funded project developing
tools for local malaria elimination planning.
Department has interest in candidates with a
PhD in statistics, mathematics, physics, or a
related subject from an appropriately accred-
ited academic institution; computer program-
ming. Information available: www.hr.ufl.edu/
job, reference number 0801284; time
limited. EOE.
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