Postdoctoral Research Associate


Washington University


St. Louis, Missouri

Principal Investigator

Suzanne Schindler



Washington University seeks a postdoctoral fellow with strong statistical skills to analyze high-performance blood and cerebrospinal-fluid biomarkers of Alzheimer disease, including plasma Aβ42/Aβ40, pTau isoforms, and NfL.

Questions will include the correspondence of these markers with brain amyloidosis and symptomatic AD.


Ph.D., or submitted Ph.D. thesis, in biostatistics or a related field (such as statistics, epidemiology).

Demonstrated proficiency in statistical computing.

Demonstrated proficiency in using statistical software (such as SAS, R, Stata, SPSS).

Demonstrated proficiency in statistics, including parametric and non-parametric analyses, logistic regression, survival analysis, and mixed models.

Ability to produce publication quality figures representing data.

Ability to write scientific papers.

General familiarity with and interest in neuroscience.

Ability to review scientific literature.