SCHARP is the statistical arm for many key national and international HIV/AIDS research projects.
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We are responsible for all aspects of data collection and management, reporting and statistical analysis for clinical trials.
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The Statistical Center for HIV/AIDS Research and Prevention at Fred Hutch provides statistical support and data management to researchers worldwide in the fight against HIV/AIDS. We have active prevention, treatment and vaccine studies in the U.S., Africa, Latin America, Asia and Europe.
SCHARP members strive to maintain a world-class statistical and data management center dedicated to improving global health. We provide clinical data management and statistical services that meet or exceed all sponsor, partner and regulatory requirements and applicable international standards. We are the Statistical and Data Management Center for multiple HIV research networks, handling clinical and lab data from multiple sources, sites and customers, enabling the successful management, design and analysis for these projects.
The SCHARP group consists of approximately 120 staff collectively that are skilled in clinical and lab data management, programming, statistics, IT data systems, quality assurance and project management.
One of our core values is respect and community to staff and outside communities. We exemplify this in our daily activities and in giving back to local and communities around the world.
SCHARP hires smart people who are looking for a mission driven environment where they can be inspired while providing high quality data management and statistical expertise worldwide.