Clinical SAS programming

Introduction to Clinical SAS programming

The clinical process is the process which has its own language of drug development process. As a MD or a regulatory expert, SAS programmers function it is not required that but terminology is important to be effective of the working knowledge. The clinical process will walk through the discovery to Phase IV from drug development process.

Clinical SAS programming Job Support 

The job of Clinical SAS Programmer is to manage hundreds of datasets, thousands of data points and to understand all interdependencies of the data points and also to deliver accurate, timely, and reproducible analyses that determine the approval of novel therapies. Clinical SAS Programming is a difficult mental activity and requires uninterrupted concentration.

Clinical SAS Programmer seeking to obtain a position in which the skills and knowledge attained can be fully utilized for the better of the company as well as its employees investors and customers.

Clinical SAS Programmer

  •         Evaluate data through SAS systems and interpret into relevant statistics
  •         Design new SAS software and strategies that can be used to increase efficiency
  •         Prepare presentations showcasing information found as well as how it relates to the future of the company
  •         Participate in annual efficiency and safety testing and help validate findings
  •         Gathered information from all aspects of the company and translate into SAS programs for analysis
  •         Participated in clinical trials and formed reports of findings to be presented to superiors
  •         Used information from SAS programs to develop graphs and diagrams relatable to the average employee
Working Hours

  • Monday9am - 6pm
  • Tuesday9am - 6pm
  • Wednesday9am - 6pm
  • Thursday9am - 6pm
  • Friday9am - 6pm
  • SaturdayClosed
  • SundayClosed

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