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Statistician - ABPI Careers So, what do you do? I work as a statistician within the pharmaceutical industry. Within the company I work on later stage trials, such as post-marketing and label extension studies. Working in this department has meant that I have gained experience in both clinical trials and non-interventional studies. How has your career developed since you entered the industry? Since entering the industry nearly a year ago I have certainly learnt a lot of new things which have enabled me to feel more capable in my job role. Why did you decide on a career in the pharmaceutical industry? Having left university with a degree in maths I was unsure of what career path to take and so I enrolled in a Masters in medical statistics. When did you make this decision? What qualifications and experience did you have when you entered the industry? I have a BSc in Mathematics from Nottingham University and an MSc in Medical Statistics from the University of Leicester What does your typical day involve?
Senior statistician - ABPI Careers So, what do you do? I’m a Senior Statistician within the pharmaceutical industry, working for a contract research organisation. I’m part of a small department of statisticians who provide statistical services for early phase clinical trials. We work with many different clients from big pharmaceutical companies to small biotech/academic clients. How has your career developed since you entered the industry? I started out as a Graduate Statistician in a big pharmaceutical company and have worked at several companies since then. Why did you decide on a career in the pharmaceutical industry? I had the opportunity to do a year working in industry as part of my undergraduate degree and my placement was in a biotech company working in their Statistics and Programming department. What qualifications and experience did you have when you entered the industry? Do you think additional qualifications or experience would be an advantage for someone entering the industry now?
Biostatistics Manager - ABPI Careers So, what do you do? I am currently the Manager of the Biostatistics team within the Biostatistics and Programming (B&P) department at a contract research organisation. I am responsible for a team of Biostatisticians who are involved in the production of clinical trial reports and the provision of statistical services. How has your career developed since you entered the industry? I started my career as an Associate Biostatistician. Shortly after I joined the company I also started studying (via distance learning) for my MSc in Applied Statistics at Sheffield Hallam University. Why did you decide on a career in the pharmaceutical industry? I can’t honestly say that I did actively decide on a career in the pharmaceutical industry. What qualifications and experience did you have when you entered the industry? When I entered the industry I was armed with my BSc in Mathematics from Sheffield University. What does your typical day involve? Do you work mostly on your own or as part of team?