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2012 Salary Survey of Biostatistics and Other Biomedical Statistics Departments and Units

1 February 2013 11,832 views 2 Comments
Keith Crank

    Table 1 includes the results from the fall 2012 Salary Survey of Biostatistics and Other Biomedical Statistics Departments and Units, conducted by the ASA. All salary figures are for a 12-month period. As in the past, previous salary survey data have been included for comparative purposes. (This year, we have included the 90th percentiles, as well as the quartiles.) The estimates are based on responses from 35 departments, plus a few individuals who responded to the survey. Questions regarding the tabulations should be addressed to Keith Crank at kcrank@comcast.net. If you would like your biostatistical unit to participate in future surveys, contact ASA Director of Programs Lynn Palmer at palmer@amstat.org.

    Table 1—Results from the Fall 2012 Salary Survey of Biostatistics and Other Biomedical Statistics Departments and Units

    Table 1—Results from the Fall 2012 Salary Survey of Biostatistics and Other Biomedical Statistics Departments and Units


     
    Table 2—2012 Percentiles for the Groups in Table 1, Separated by Gender

    Table 2—2012 Percentiles for the Groups in Table 1, Separated by Gender


     

    In 2012, we continued to collect data on non-faculty, academic statisticians and biostatisticians. Table 3 provides information about the salaries for full time, non-faculty, academic biostatisticians. (There were not enough responses for non-faculty, academic statisticians to provide any summary statistics.) Quartiles are provided for categories that have nine or more respondents. The 90th percentile is provided for any category with 19 or more respondents. All percentiles are rounded to the nearest $100.

     

    Table 3—Salaries for Full Time, Non-Faculty, Academic Biostatisticians

    Table 3—Salaries for Full Time, Non-Faculty, Academic Biostatisticians

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