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Data Clinical Research

Location:
Ardmore, Pennsylvania, United States
Posted:
January 21, 2019

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Cuiyong Yue

Email:ac7883@r.postjobfree.com Phone: 610-***-****

SUMMARY:

Working knowledge of latest CDISC SDTM standards and familiar with CDISC ADaM and Define standards.

Generate and validate tables, listings, and figures per protocol and statistical analysis plan and for ad-hoc requests.

Generated complete, accurate and validated statistical output reports of clinical trial data in well-defined formats.

Developed and tested SAS codes for clinical trial database logical checks and study specific monitoring reports.

Performed conversion between datasets with two different formats according to conversion requirements/specifications.

Managed electronic data transfers from trial sponsors or other external parties, such as central laboratories or specialty laboratories.

Documented data and programming information in accordance with Corporate Standard Governing Documents (policies, SOPs, and work instructions).

Archived clinical trial data (raw data and analysis datasets) and programming information in accordance with Corporate Governing Documents.

Assisted in building study data tabulation models and analysis data models under the supervision of a Senior Statistical Programmer.

TECHNICAL

SUMMARY:

SAS Skills: SAS/BASE, SAS/STAT, SAS/SQL, SAS/MACRO, SAS/GRAPH

EXPERIENCE:

04/2018 – current Pfizer Consumer Health, Madison, New Jersey

Biostatistician

Responsibilities:

experience and accomplishments in applying statistical methods including proven skills in design, analysis and reporting of clinical research

Developing SAS programs to track data quality on a regular basis, prepare data and generate results for monitoring reports in ongoing studies Responsible for Statistical analysis tables, listings, and graphs.

Provide sample size calculations.

10/2017 – 03/2018 Everest Clinical Research, Little Fall, New Jersey

Statistical Programmer

Responsibilities:

Developed SAS codes and other programming codes for the clinical trial related applications.

Responsible for Database logical checks and study specific monitoring reports.

Responsible for Statistical analysis tables, listings, and graphs.

Built study data tabulation models and analysis data models.

Assisted in archiving clinical trial data, programs and output.

2/2010 – 7/2017 The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Research Associate

Responsibilities:

Conducted biomedical research on multiple projects of epilepsy pathogenesis and other neuroscience projects supported by NIH grants.

Cleaned and analyzed data, generated tables and figures with SAS and other statistical analysis software.

Wrote technical reports, manuscripts for presentation in conferences and journals.

Drafted grant proposals for research fund application.

Supervised medical students and PhD Candidates of neuroscience research techniques and knowledge.

2/2005 – 2/2010 The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Post-Doctoral Fellow

Responsibilities:

Assisted Principal Investigator in planning and designing research experiments.

Conducted biomedical research, collected data, and processed data.

Performed statistical analysis and produced written reports on the result of analysis.

Presented project results to internal and external parties.

12/000 – 2/2005 Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel

Teaching Assistant

Responsibilities:

Provided assistance to faculty members with laboratory research.

Mentored the college students on how to conduct an experiment and generate the lab report.

Demonstrated use of laboratory equipment and enforced laboratory rules.

Evaluated and graded examinations, assignments, and recorded grades.

7/1995 – 12/2000 Qingdao Railway Hospital, China

Attending Physician

Responsibilities:

Conducted medical practice, including performing surgical procedures.

Provided patient education and counseling.

Supervised and trained medical students, interns, and residents.

Conducted clinical research and presented the results in journals and conferences.

9/1990 – 6/1995 Qingdao Railway Hospital, China

Resident Physician

Responsibilities:

Assessed the patient’s medical, physical, and psychosocial status.

Made diagnosis and developed treatment plan.

Ordered relevant tests and performed procedures.

Took notes on admission, progress, and procedure.

Supervised and trained medical students and interns.

EDUCATION:

2015-2017, Masters in Applied Statistics, West Chester University, Pennsylvania. Relevant Coursework: Statistical Data Analysis, Big Data Analytics, Database Management, Statistical Computing, Regression Model Selection, Categorical Data Analysis, Survival Analysis.

2000-2005, Ph.D. in Physiology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel. Dissertation: Role of the Muscarinic Sensitive Potassium Current in Neuronal Excitability. Muscarinic sensitive potassium current has a big effect on neuron excitability. Study was focused on the role of muscarinic sensitive potassium current on the pathogenesis of epilepsy. Researched results were presented in various international neuroscience conferences including American. Neuroscience Conference and European Neuroscience Conference. The related research papers were published in high impact factor journals with more than 200 citations.

1985-1990, Doctor of Medicine, Qingdao Medical College, Shandong, China

HONORS AND

REWARDS:

2007, Travel Award, Epilepsy Foundation, USA

CERTIFICATIONS:

2017 SAS Certificated Base Programmer for SAS 9

SAS Certificated Advanced Programmer for SAS 9

PROFESSIONAL

ASSOCIATIONS:

The American Association for Advanced Science (AAAS), USA

The Society of Neuroscience (SFN), USA

SELECTED

PUBLICATIONS:

Dengler CG, Yue C, Takano H, Coulter DA. (2017) massively augmented hippocampal dentate granule cell activation accompanies epilepsy development. Sci Rep. 2017; 20: 42090.

Coulter DA, Yue C, Ang CW, Weissinger F, Goldberg E, Hsu FC, Carlson GC, Takano H. (2011) Hippocampal microcircuit dynamics probed using optical imaging approaches. J Physiol. 2011; 589: 1893-90

Yaari Y, Yue C, Su H. (2007) Recruitment of apical dendritic T-type Ca2+ channels by backpropagating spikes underlies de novo intrinsic bursting in hippocampal epileptogenesis. J Physiol. 2007; 580: 430-450.

Golomb D, Yue C, Yaari Y. (2006) Contribution of persistent sodium current and M-type potassium current to somatic bursting in CA1 pyramidal cells: a modeling study. J Neurophysiol. 2006; 96: 1912-26.

Yue C and Yaari Y. (2006) Axo-somatic and apical dendritic Kv7/M channels differentially regulate the intrinsic excitability of adult rat CA1 pyramidal cells. J Neurophysiol. 2006; 95: 3480-95.

Yue C, Remy S, Su H, Beck, Yaari Y. (2005) Role of proximal persistent Na+ channels in generating the spike afterdepolarization in adult rat hippocampal CA1 pyramidal cells. J Neurosci. 2005; 25: 9704-20.

Yue C and Yaari Y. (2004) KCNQ channels control spike afterdepolarization and burst generation in hippocampal neurons. J Neurosci. 2004; 24: 4614-24.

Yue C, Zhou J, Wang J. (1998) Operation treatment for primary hyperthyroidism (Report of 80 cases). Shandong Medicine. 1998; 38: 22.



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