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Research Methodologist, Clinical Survey



Vancouver, BC, Canada
Posted on Thursday, May 23, 2024

About Us

At Prenuvo, we are on a mission to flip the paradigm from reactive “sick-care” to proactive health care. Our award-winning whole body scan is fast (under 1 hour), safe (MRI has no ionizing radiation), and non-invasive (no contrast). Our unique integrated stack of optimized hardware, software, and increasingly AI, coupled with the patient-centric experience of our clinics across North America, have allowed us to lead the charge against “we caught it too late again.” Prenuvo operates preventative screening clinics in Vancouver, Silicon Valley, Dallas, Boca Raton, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, New York City, Bethesda, Chicago, and Atlanta, with more clinics in North America and internationally in the next 2 years.

The Opportunity

We are looking for an energetic & scrupulous Research Methodologist, Clinical Survey who will specialize in clinical survey design and analysis to join our Vancouver team! Our ideal candidate will possess a deep understanding of Healthcare and Technology, allowing them to take ownership of all the aspects of research paper writing. If you are a strong researcher who can absorb technical information quickly and produce papers please apply for this position! Help reshape the world through proactive healthcare while working with cutting-edge technology and high performing teams with deep expertise - join us to make a difference in people’s lives!

As a part of the application process, please review our website and submit a short form (up to 500 words) that expresses the importance of proactive healthcare and early detection of cancer. This a hybrid role that will operate from our Vancouver HQ located at 1290 Homer Street, Vancouver BC, V6H 1E1.

What you’ll do:

  • Design and develop surveys for clinical trial and analytics purposes, ensuring alignment with research objectives and data collection requirements
  • Support the development and publication of research findings related to clinical surveys
  • Implement survey methodologies, including sampling strategies, question design, and data collection protocols
  • Conduct pilot testing and validation of surveys to ensure reliability, validity, and respondent comprehension
  • Analyze survey data using biostatistical methods and tools to derive actionable insights and recommendations
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including subject matter experts and data analysts, to integrate survey findings into research reports and project outcomes
  • Ensure accurate labeling and categorization of survey data for ease of analysis and reporting
  • Understand the medical conditions and pathologies to design effective and relevant surveys tailored to specific research needs
  • Contribute to Quality Improvement (QI) and Quality Assurance (QA) processes within survey design and implementation

What you’ll bring:

  • Advanced degree (Master's or Ph.D.) in Biostatistics, Medicine, Public Health, or Health Research
  • Strong clinical/medical background (MD, NP, dentist, or Allied Health Sciences)
  • Experience with medical imaging and MRIs is an asset
  • Proven experience in designing, implementing, and analyzing clinical surveys within healthcare or biomedical research
  • Publication experience (5+ publications, preferably in medical imaging)
  • Practical biostatistical skills (ability to conduct ANOVA or Chi-Square tests using Python, R, SAS, SPSS, or similar tools).
  • Expertise in biostatistics and bio-statistical analysis
  • Experience with QI/QA processes and survey methodologies
  • Knowledge of survey design principles, including sampling strategies, question types, response scales, and data quality assurance
  • Ability to communicate complex research findings to stakeholders
  • Strong collaborative and interpersonal skills, effective within interdisciplinary teams
  • Detail-oriented with the ability to manage multiple survey projects and meet deadlines

Our values

  • We empower - We are all agents for change in transforming healthcare and in transforming our health
  • We work together - We work together to support and deliver the best for our members and ourselves
  • We bring transparency - Positive change comes from transparency in where we stand as a company, as colleagues and as Prenuvo members

What we offer:

  • An avenue to make a positive impact on people's lives and their health
  • We believe in preventative healthcare for everyone, including our team - Prenuvo provides free, whole-body scans to each team member
  • Growth opportunities are at the heart of our people journey, we’re doing big things with bright minds - there is no single path to success, it can be shaped along the way
  • Building strong relationships is at the core of everything we do - our team gets together each week to connect, share, and socialize
  • Recognizing time away to restore is vital to our wellbeing - we have a flexible vacation policy and we will encourage you to use it
  • We offer a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, vision, including Mental Health coverage, and an Employee and Family Assistance Program to support you and your family
  • The base salary for this role ranges from $70,110 - $104,139 in local currency depending upon experience

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

As part of the hiring process, successful candidates will undergo a background check in compliance to applicable federal provincial and state rules.