China Liver Transplant Registry _CLTR_ www by linzhengnd

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									China Liver Transplant Registry (CLTR, www.cltr.org ) is recruiting Epidemiologists with
research experience and a graduate degree in Epidemiology or a related public health field to work as
part of a technical team, providing research, training and consultative service to government,
universities, hospitals and pharmaceutical industries.

Supervised by Professor ST Fan and Dr. Haibo Wang, the CLTR project was launched on December
28th, 2004. On May 12th, 2008, CLTR was officially designated by the Ministry of Health of the
People's Republic of China to be the only national liver transplant registry in China.

Our primary responsibilities are:

   1. Develop national data report and patient follow-up network for efficient data collection.
   2. Perform data mining utilizing national databases for accreditation purpose for 164 organ
      transplant centers in China.
   3. Develop national polices for organ allocation and transplantation based on registry data.
   4. Develop statistical simulation model for policy evaluation before implementation of organ
      allocation policy.
   5. Develop scientific based national hospital accreditation policy.
   6. Publish annual national scientific report and perform scientific research at national level.
   7. Provide study design and statistical training to clinicians in all transplant centers in China to
      promote research activities using registry data.
   8. Collaborate with national agencies in other countries to improve efficiency of organ utilization
      and ensure the quality of transplantation.
   9. Work with WHO and TTS to combat organ trafficking within the context of WHO principles.


    CLTR is currently the second largest liver transplant database in the world. We are currently
supporting multiple mandatory national databases including registries for all solid organ
transplantation, hosting National Organ Allocation System in China, as well as hosting clinical trial
system (eCRF) for pharmaceutical companies. Our counterpart in US is UNOS (www.unos.org) and
SRTR (www.ustransplant.org) and we are starting national level collaborative study with them in next
month.

Currently, there are 28 dedicated full-time staff working in CLTR research center in Shenzhen, China,
including statisticians, software engineers and clinicians. We are recruiting more staff at PhD or
post-doc level, statistician and epidemiologist, to boost up research output at national level and
hospital level.


Job Summary:
Epidemiologist with strong methodological and analytical skills who provides technical support in
the design and implementation of national level and hospital level research projects.

Responsibilities:
 In conjunction with senior scientists, design, plan, and execute research projects.
 Analyze and interpret data, write reports, and prepare presentations for clients.
 Analyze data and write reports for scientific publication; prepare presentations for scientific
  meetings.
 Assume responsibility for project tasks.
 Assist with grant application preparation and proposal development.
 Providing training to 164 member hospitals regarding study design and statistical analysis.
 Provide support in additional areas of CLTR business, as needed.

Abilities/skills:

 Strong background in public health, epidemiology, and biostatistics.
 Highly motivated, independent worker with enthusiasm for public health research.
 Ability to work independently as well as to effectively communicate and collaborate in a team
  environment.
 Excellent oral and written communication skills in both English and Chinese.
 Strong analytic skills.
 Knowledge of statistical software packages such as Stata, SAS, SPSS, etc.
 Ability to adjust to changing priorities and excellent organizational and time management skills.
 Outstanding attention to detail.
 Flexible, resourceful, and willing to help wherever needed.
 Proficiency in commonly used office computing software and reference management software.

Experience required:
Candidates must have a minimum of either: 1) a master’s degree in a public health field and
experience working in a research environment, or 2) a doctorate degree in a public health field and
limited experience working in a research environment.

Education:
Graduate degree from an accredited university in a public health field, preferably Epidemiology or
Biostatistics.

Interested candidates should email current resume/CV to recruitment@cltr.org

								
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