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Location:
Durham, North Carolina, United States
Salary:
50000
Posted:
May 25, 2018

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EDWARD L. HANSON

*** ******* **** *****, ****, DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA 27713

919-***-**** ac5lzw@r.postjobfree.com

www.linkedin.com/in/edwardlhanson

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Seasoned professional with many years of SAS programming experience, the ability to organize information concisely and effectively, and extensive knowledge of multiple programming languages. Outstanding ability to work with and supervise others and skilled at establishing and complying with protocols and procedures.

SKILLS SUMMARY

Operating Systems: Unix, Windows.

Computer Languages and Scripts: SAS (SAS Stat, SAS Base,

SAS Macros, SAS ODS, and SAS Graph), Fortran, Pascal, C/C++,

HTML/XHTML.

Apps and Database Management: Microsoft Office, Access.

Other skills: Created ACCESS Database for Durham Congregations

In Action (DCIA). Experienced with diagnosing, isolating, and

resolving complex problems. Experienced with managing client

data requests/issues. Experienced with discerning requirements

for analysis, hands-on design, and development. Experienced

with communicating and working with individuals and teams

across multiple levels. Experienced with working with

Medicaid data.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

PAREXEL INTERNATIONAL, Durham, NC 2014 – 2017

Statistical Programmer

Ability to work on several pharmaceutical deliverables in a timely manner and create macros to increase the proficiency of the programs.

1) Updated or created SAS production programs to:

* Develop the Study Data Tabulation Model (SDTM) and the

Analysis Dataset Models (ADaM) datasets, adhering to the

Clinical Data Interchange Standard Consortium (CDISC)

guidelines (20% of job).

* Analyze the effectiveness of the study drug by producing

Tables and Listings (45%).

2) Updated or created SAS validation programs to verify the

accuracy of the outputs from production programs (30%).

3) Assisted in the writing of the SDTM Data Transfer Mapping

Specifications (2%).

4) Annotated the Case Report Forms (CRFs) to explain how the

collected data is stored (3%).

DOCS GLOBAL, INC, Durham, NC 2013

eClinical Data Specialist

Actively prepared the GlaxoSmithKline pharmaceutical data for transmitting to the FDA.

1) Converted the raw pharmaceutical data into the SDTM dataset

needed for FDA approval.

2) Created the SDTM annotated Clinical Report Form.

3) Verified the accuracy of the transformed SDTM data.

DATAPHILES PROGRAMMING, LLC, Durham, NC 2008 – 2012

Statistical Programmer

Actively prepared the pharmaceutical data for transmitting to the FDA.

1) Wrote SAS production programs to:

* Develop the Study Data Tabulation Model (SDTM) and the

Analysis Dataset Models (ADaM) datasets, adhering to the

Clinical Data Interchange Standard Consortium (CDISC)

guidelines.

* Analyze the effectiveness of the study drug by producing

Tables, Listings, and Figures.

2) Wrote or updated SAS validation programs to verify the accuracy

of the outputs from production programs.

DUKE UNIVERSITY, Durham, NC 1986 – 2006

THE CENTER FOR DEMOGRAPHIC STUDIES

Computer Programmer and Web Master (2000 – 2006)

Dynamically involved in assembling and cleaning the National Long-Term Care Survey (NLTCS) dataset. The NLTCS is used to study how people aged 65 years and older survive in today’s society and the challenges they face.

1) Administered NLTCS dataset and the Center’s web pages.

2) Wrote and developed SAS programs to:

* Analyze and merge the NLTCS with the Medicare data to

correlate the appearance of particular diseases and

disabilities to the elderly.

* Analyze the age of onset for various diseases.

* Import/export study data to/from Excel spreadsheets or HTML

files.

DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY

Laboratory Research Analyst I (1999 – 2000)

Actively involved in the study of the action of antibodies on brain cancer.

DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE/DIVISION OF NEUROLOGY TISSUE CULTURE/DNA BANK

Laboratory Research Analyst I (1986 – 1999)

Actively involved in the human genetic linkage research.

1) Supervised the Tissue Culture/DNA Bank Facility for five years.

2) Increased the Tissue Culture success rate from 60% to 95%.

3) Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) experience and tissue culture

experience.

4) Saved a lab $80,000 in equipment cost.

5) Programmed the record keeping of non-human samples using PASCAL

for two years.

EDUCATION

DURHAM TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Durham, NC

Certificate in Clinical Trials – Data Management

DUKE UNIVERSITY, Durham, NC

Continuing Education, Computer Programming classes

NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY, Raleigh, NC

B.Sc., Biochemistry

APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY, Boone, NC

B.Sc., Special Education

PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

Boy Scouts of America:

Eagle Scout, Mawat Award for Merit, Mawat District Commissioner

Duke University Medical Center Performance Award

Duke University Medical Center Exceptional Appreciation certificate

Dean's List at NCSU and ASU



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