Opportunity to join the UCSF Hypoxia Lab as Data Analyst
Feb. 8, 2023
Our colleagues at UCSF Department of Anesthesia, The UCSF Hypoxia Lab (hypoxialab.org) and the UCSF Center for Health Equity in Surgery and Anesthesia (chesa.ucsf.edu) are seeking a full-time Data Analyst (with data engineering skills) to join their Open Oximetry project.
This project seeks to understand the potential impact of skin color on accuracy of pulse oximetry and other medical diagnostic devices. The Data Analyst will work at the intersection of health diagnostics, health equity and AI in the world’s leading lab (hypoxialab.org) for this type of research along with a team of experts who have published some of the seminal research on this topic.
As part of the project, the team will be setting up robust data collection systems in the lab and the hospital settings as well as creating and managing an open access data repository for diagnostics device data. This repository will contain data from our lab as well as data from collaborating study groups. The data will be shared via portals that facilitate raw data utilization for researchers and industry, as well as visualized data to help lay persons and consumers better understand device technology performance and standards.
The Data Analyst will work closely with the laboratory-based clinical research team to gather, analyze, and interpret a wide variety of research data; Design and conduct research including selecting data, developing research instruments, analyzing collected information according to established statistical methods, and developing recommendations based on research findings; Prepare reports, charts, tables, and other visual aids to interpret and communicate data and results; Create and manage data repositories; work with our AI/ML team to test novel analytic methods with our data. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable in SQL and Python or R and have a Bachelors or Masters degree in Statistics, Data Science, or adjacent technical field.
This position is for a period of 12 months, though may be longer contingent on further funding. For further details, see the job posting.