The Center for Innovative Design and Analysis is comprised of a diverse group of biostatistician, data scientist, and health economist faculty members and graduate student apprentices primarily from the Department of Biostatistics and Informatics in the Colorado School of Public Health at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
CIDA's mission is to serve as a study design and analytic resource for the CU Anschutz research community and the greater Denver region while transforming how data are analyzed and conducting original research.
OPEN FACULTY POSITIONS (All applicants must apply through CU careers)
Research Associate: General Biostatistician - Ph.D. or Equivalent Doctoral Degree
Research Associate: OMICS Biostatistician - Ph.D. or Equivalent Doctoral Degree
Research Associate: Data Science Biostatistician - Ph.D. or Equivalent Doctoral Degree
The Center of Innovative Design and Analysis is hiring at all ranks from recent grads to individuals with years of experience. We welcome recent and expecting graduates to apply to our open positions. If you are anticipating your degree at the time of posting, your application will still be considered and your start will be after you graduate.
All applicants must meet the minimum requirements by your start date.
I'm interacting with exciting research every day. I get to collaborate with researchers from every area of the medical campus (and external clients, too!), so I'm constantly learning new science and working with different data sets. I've also learned so much about being a collaborative statistician by working with so many other statisticians, who all have different interests and expertise.
– Rachel Johnson, Research Instructor
I was drawn to CIDA because the work is compelling, the team is incredibly friendly, and the work culture encourages continual growth and is incredibly supportive of current and future interests.
– Grace Bosma, Research Instructor
Through my interview, it became evident that the people in CIDA have built a welcoming community that encourages growth and collaboration.
– Alejandro Varela, Sr. Professional Research Associate