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Failure to meetthis requirement may result in termination of employment.The pre-employment physical for positions in clinical areas,laboratories, working with research subjects, or involvingcommunity contact requires documentation of immune status againstRubella (German measles), Rubeola (Measles), Mumps, Varicella(chickenpox), Hepatitis B and documentation of having received theTdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccination. This may includedocumentation of having two (2) MMR vaccines; two (2) Varicellavaccines; or antibody status to these diseases from laboratorytesting. Blood tests for immunities to these diseases areordinarily included in the pre-employment physical exam except forthose employees who provide results of blood tests or immunizationdocumentation from their own health care providers. Anyvaccinations required for these diseases will be given at no costin our Occupational Health office.Equal Opportunity EmployerNote: Job Postings are updated daily and remain online untilfilled.EEO is the LawLearn more:https://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/eeoc_self_print_poster.pdfImportant legal informationhttp://hrnt.jhu.edu/legal.cfm Maryland, United States You need to sign in or create an account to save Salary Not Specified Biotechnology & Bioengineering Not specified Full Time jobs in Baltimore LinkedIn Johns Hopkins University Apply(This will open in a new window from which you will be automatically redirected to an external site after 5 seconds) Save Biostatistician Facebook GeneralSummary/PurposeThe Biostatistician willprovide statistical programming and data analysis for the RichmanFamily Precision Medicine Center of Excellence for AlzheimerDisease and related projects.Specific Duties& ResponsibilitiesCollaborate with investigators to developobjectives, designing sampling, randomization, and data collectionprocedures to achieve studyobjectives.Create/build and maintain databases, records,and files.Create and maintain databasedocumentation.Create and maintain documentation ofstatistical methods and computingcode.Use library and web resources to researchstatistical methods.Write statistical computer programs, mergingfiles, creating and recoding variables. Review output forconsistency and quality.Interact with co-investigators to plan dataanalyses and interpret results.Perform data analysis and interpretationutilizing knowledge of programming andstatistics.Generate reports, figures, and tables formanuscripts, presentations, andposters.Participate in the drafting of methods andresults sections of manuscripts, and editing of completemanuscripts.Perform miscellaneous related duties asassigned.MinimumQualificationsMaster’s degree in biostatistics, epidemiology,or related quantitative field.1 year related experience.Demonstrated ability on significant graduate projector additional doctoral education may substitute for experience tothe extent permitted by the JHU equivalencyformula.* JHU Equivalency Formula:30undergraduate degree credits (semester hours) or 18 graduate degreecredits may substitute for one year of experience. Additionalrelated experience may substitute for the required education on thesame basis. For jobs where equivalency is permitted, up to twoyears of non-related college course work may be applied towards thetotal minimum education/experience required for the respective job.*PreferredQualificationsExperience with machine learningpreferred.Experience with electronic health records orother large databases preferred.Experience in psychiatry, neurology or dementiaresearch preferred.SpecialKnowledge, Skills, andAbilitiesProficiency with one or more statisticalpackages (e.g., Stata, SPSS, R, S+), and strong quantitativeskills.Proficient with MSOffice.Problem-solvingskills.Excellent interpersonal and communicationskills (oral and written).Detail-oriented.Able to workindependently.Specific physicalrequirements for the job:Ability to stand, walk or sit for an extendedperiod of time.Reaching by extending hand(s) or arm(s) in anydirection.Finger dexterity required to manipulate objectswith fingers rather than with whole hand(s) or arm(s), for example,using a keyboard.Communication skills using the spokenword.Ability to see within normalparameters.Ability to hear within normalrange.Classified Title:BiostatisticianWorking Title:Biostatistician Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/MD Starting Salary Range:$68,000 – $80,000; Salarycommensurate with experienceEmployee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm / 37.5 hours perweek Exempt Status: ExemptLocation: 33-MD:Johns Hopkins Bayview Department name: 10003820-SOM Psy Bay BV Geriatric andNeuropsychi Personnel area: School of MedicineThe successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject toa pre-employment background check.If you are interested in applying for employment with The JohnsHopkins University and require special assistance or accommodationduring any part of the pre-employment process, please contact theHR Business Services Office [email protected] For TTYusers, call via Maryland Relay or dial 711.The following additional provisions may apply dependingon which campus you will work. 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Harvard University Provost Alan Garber today announced the appointment of Martha Tedeschi as the Elizabeth and John Moors Cabot Director of the Harvard Art Museums, beginning in July. Tedeschi, currently the deputy director for art and research at the Art Institute of Chicago, succeeds Thomas W. Lentz, who departed in July 2015.“Martha Tedeschi stood out among a pool of exceptional candidates. We are pleased that she will lead the Harvard Art Museums into the future, while building on the superb work of Tom Lentz and the museums’ dedicated staff,” Garber said. “The Harvard Art Museums are among the nation’s largest and most important art collections and are also a critical resource for research, teaching, and learning at Harvard. Martha’s passion for teaching students across all disciplines and experience in training the next generation of scholars, curators, and conservators will enable her to advance the museums’ academic and cultural missions.”In her current role, Tedeschi is responsible for the management of the departments most closely related to the Art Institute of Chicago’s commitment to research and scholarship. Tedeschi directs a staff of nearly 225, including the museum’s libraries and archives, publishing and imaging, academic programs, and conservation and conservation science departments. She oversees the activities of 11 curatorial departments and also serves as the Institute’s academic liaison to local universities and foundations.“We are so pleased to welcome Martha Tedeschi at a moment of remarkable opportunity for the Harvard Art Museums,” said Harvard President Drew Faust. “Her expertise and leadership will elevate our extraordinary collections and integrate them more fully into Harvard’s intellectual life, challenging our community to grow as we seek to interpret and change the world. The arts are essential to the University’s highest purposes, and I look forward to the ways in which they will continue to flourish under her direction.”Tedeschi will take charge of a recently reinvented Harvard Art Museums at 32 Quincy St. in Cambridge. Stunningly redesigned and expanded by Renzo Piano Building Workshop and reopened in 2014, the Fogg, Busch-Reisinger, and Arthur M. Sackler museums invite students, faculty, scholars, and the public into one of the world’s great institutions for arts scholarship and research. In the Harvard Art Museums’ new home, the collections are more accessible than ever before. Visitors are able to explore new research connected to the objects on display and the ideas they generate in the galleries; gain a glimpse of leading conservators at work; and in the unique Art Study Center, have hands-on experiences with a wide range of objects from the collections. Revitalized museums to open Nov. 16 Related Harvard’s new home for art “The Harvard Art Museums have been brilliantly reimagined by the recent renovation and I am exhilarated at the prospect of leading them at this moment to realize their enormous potential,” said Tedeschi. “I look forward to working with the full range of the art collections, the talented staff of the museum, and collaborators across the University and in the community to fully activate the building, nurturing a dynamic and inclusive laboratory for considerations of the visual in our lives.”Tedeschi earned her B.A. from Brown University and her Ph.D. from Northwestern University, both in art history. She is a specialist in British and American art, with a strong interest in the history of printmaking in early modern Europe. She was president of the Print Council of America from 2009 to 2013, currently serves on the board of the Association of Art Museum Curators, and was awarded a fellowship to the Center for Curatorial Leadership in 2012.Tedeschi has written, edited, or contributed to scores of books and scholarly journals in her field. She is the general editor and co-author of “The Lithographs of James McNeill Whistler” (1998), winner of the George Wittenborn Award for excellence in art publishing in that year. She has also organized numerous exhibitions, including “Watercolors by Winslow Homer: A Medium for Modernism” (2008) as well as its sequel, “John Marin’s Watercolors: A Medium for Modernism” (2011), and more recently, “Undressed: The Fashion of Privacy” (2013).“Over her distinguished tenure at the Art Institute of Chicago, as a curator and more recently as deputy director of art and research, Martha Tedeschi has evolved an ever more rich and compelling vision for the expanded potential of the museum as a teaching institution capable of engaging diverse audiences by providing access to the museums’ encyclopedic collections in new and creative ways,” said Douglas Druick, who recently retired as the Art Institute’s president and Eloise W. Martin Director.Tedeschi began her career at the Art Institute of Chicago as a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) intern in 1982, and became a full curator in 1999. Prior to assuming her current role, she served as longtime curator in the museum’s Department of Prints, where she had previously contributed in numerous other roles since 1982.As a visionary museum leader, she implemented an ambitious Andrew W. Mellon Foundation partnership with the University of Chicago and Northwestern University around teaching graduate students from objects; and oversaw a major pilot project — Mellon’s Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowship Program — designed to offer training and mentoring to students who support the important goal of fostering inclusive, pluralistic museums and increasing the engagement of historically underrepresented groups in the curatorial field. She also spearheaded the Art Institute’s comprehensive assessment and digitization of its permanent collection and led the museum’s pioneering program for producing online scholarly publications.About the Harvard Art MuseumsTogether, the Harvard Art Museums’ internationally renowned collections consist of approximately 250,000 objects from the ancient world to the present and across all media, including objects from the Americas, Europe, North Africa, the Mediterranean, and Asia. The Fogg Museum’s collection is known for its extensive holdings of European and American art. The Busch-Reisinger Museum, the only museum of its kind in North America, is devoted solely to the art of central and northern Europe, with a particular emphasis on art from German-speaking countries, and features significant works of late medieval sculpture as well as German art after 1880. The Arthur M. Sackler Museum contains one of the most significant collections of Asian art in the West, with substantial holdings of archaic Chinese jades, ancient bronzes, Buddhist sculpture, ceramics, Japanese works on paper, and Korean art. The Harvard Art Museums is also home to the Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, a world leader in fine arts conservation, research and training, and the birthplace of art conservation and conservation science in the United States.
The Africa Cup of Nations gets underway in Egypt on Friday sporting a fresh new look but the 32nd edition is clouded like none before by security concerns and the foibles of the game’s administrators.A switch to mid-year hosting and an expansion to 24 teams hold out high hopes that the continent’s showpiece sports event will continue to enjoy growing international attention.However, the changes come hot on the heels of a crisis of confidence for the game in Africa, where leading officials stand accused of corruption.Controversy raged for years over the event’s previous timing in January, when top African players were forced to leave their European clubs mid-season to play in the tournament, and the change to mid-year has been universally welcomed.The decision to expand to 24 teams produced a more sceptical reaction given that many of the past tournaments have been characterised by the poor standard of matches and further dilution of the field might exacerbate that problem.But the success of UEFA’s expanded European Championship in France three years ago emboldened the Confederation of African Football to follow suit. It means three new faces in this year’s lineup although Burundi, Mauritania and Madagascar are not expected to make much impact.NO FAVOURITESBut this is not a tournament with any clear favourites.Hosts Egypt are seeking a record-extending eighth title but much of their hopes rest on the form of Liverpool’s Champions League winner Mohamed Salah.He has been given time off to go on holiday after a long season, only joining up with his team mates last Wednesday, but there will be questions over whether mental and physical fatigue will affect his potential for another talismanic performance. The same is true for club mate Sadio Mane, who leads a credible challenge from Senegal.Mane will miss his country’s first Group C game against Tanzania in Cairo on Sunday as he is suspended because of an accumulation of yellow cards in the qualifiers.Nigeria return after missing the last two finals and are always contenders, while Ghana continue their quest for a first title since 1982.Ghana have reached at least the semi-finals in the previous six Cup of Nations finals, going back to 2008, but have fallen short of the winners’ podium — losing the 2010 and 2015 finals.Cameroon were surprise champions at the last Nations Cup in 2017, when they beat Egypt 2-1 in the final in Gabon, and they are in a similar position this time with mediocre form since that triumph leaving them as outsiders to retain the title. STRICT CONTROLEgypt get the tournament underway on Friday against Zimbabwe at the Cairo International Stadium, rarely used over the last seven years since strict controls were imposed on football crowds in the country.Most games have been played either behind closed doors or with restricted attendance to forestall any political dissent that might flow from the terraces.Supporters of Cairo’s top clubs were prominent in the Tahir Square demonstrations during the Arab Spring of 2011 when Egyptians launched a historic uprising for democracy.But since the military resumed control in 2013 when Mohamed Mursi was deposed, a tight lid has been placed on dissent. Mursi, who was briefly the first democratically elected head of state in Egypt’s modern history, died on Monday from a heart attack after collapsing in a Cairo court while on trial on espionage charges.Heavy security is expected around the tournament, which follows quickly on the heels of turmoil in the ranks of the continent’s Confederation of African Football (CAF).The president of African soccer’s governing body Ahmad Ahmad has been accused of corruption by his own general secretary Amr Fahmy, who has since been fired after his whistleblowing.Ahmad was briefly detained in France earlier this month and is now the subject of an ethics investigation by world soccer’s governing body FIFA.Ahmad, who is also a FIFA vice-president, did not respond to requests by Reuters for comment on the allegations against him.
THE PITCHERSDODGERS RHP KENTA MAEDA (12-6, 4.19)vs. Diamondbacks: 3-3, 5.19 At Dodger Stadium: 15-6, 3.13 Hates to face: Jake Lamb, 9 for 24, 2 HRs, 6 RBI Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Loves to face: Daniel Descalso, 1 for 12DIAMONDBACKS RHP TAIJUAN WALKER (8-7, 3.42)vs. Dodgers: 1-1, 6.14At Dodger Stadium: 1-1, 6.00 Hates to face: Yasmani Grandal, 2 for 3, double, two walksLoves to face: Chase Utley, 0 for 4 DIAMONDBACKS at DODGERSWhen: Wednesday, 7 p.m.Where: Dodger StadiumTV: SportsNet LA