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Harvard University
  • Position Number: 2937910
  • Location: Remote
  • Position Type: Computer and Information Technology

The Pediatric HIV/AIDS Cohort Study (PHACS) is a NIH-funded observational cohort study network established in 2005 to address two critical pediatric HIV research questions: the long-term safety of fetal and infant exposure to prophylactic antiretroviral (ART) chemotherapy, and the effects of perinatally acquired HIV infection and ART treatment on the health of adolescents and young adults.

As the largest US-based network conducting observational studies of HIV infection and treatment in children and youth, PHACS has published many key findings on the effects of HIV and its treatment on the development of youth born with HIV as well as evaluations of the safety of in utero ARV exposures in uninfected youth born to mothers with HIV.

The Health Outcomes Around Pregnancy and Exposure to HIV/ARVs (HOPE) study is a new PHACS-affiliated longitudinal study which evaluates the multilevel dynamic determinants of health outcomes of young women living with HIV across their reproductive life course.

PHACS and HOPE are actively recruiting for a SAS Programmer I that will be an integral part of a team of programmers and analysts who construct and manage the database infrastructure, and will assist biostatisticians and epidemiologists to create analysis datasets and reports. These tasks will require project management, continuous quality improvement, and troubleshooting while working directly with the study team.

Incoming SAS Programmers complete a comprehensive training program to expand their SAS and Linux competencies, acquire hands-on experience under the direction of skilled programmers, and collaborate with researchers in an environment of mutual cooperation and respect. Programmers are valued contributors to the strategic and research goals of the organization and enjoy an environment of learning and growth.

CBAR also features a well-defined promotional track and support system for employees' professional development and is committed to promoting an inclusive workplace where in which diverse perspectives and experiences are welcomed and respected.

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