Gregory Pond


Cancer clinical trials have evolved rapidly in recent years as investigators integrate an expanding body of knowledge into the design and analysis of clinical trials. Coupled with an increased importance on efficiency and availability of large data warehouses, there is an even greater need for identifying and using appropriate statistical methodologies. The focus of Dr. Gregory Pond’s research interests is in the statistical methodologies and analysis of cancer clinical trials, with an aim to facilitate the translation of scientific discoveries into the clinic.

Dr. Pond's McMaster University website page
Ontario Clinical Oncology Group
Escarpment Cancer Research Institute


2015 - OICR Investigator II, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR).
2014 - Associate Professor, Department of Oncology, McMaster University, Hamilton.
2011 - Research Scientist, Escarpment Cancer Research Institute.
2008 - Faculty Biostatistician, Ontario Clinical Oncology Group (OCOG).
2008 - Associate Member, Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University, Hamilton.
2008PhD, Biostatistics, University of Toronto.
2007 - 2008Senior Biostatistician, Industry.
2006PStat, Accredited as Professional Statistician, Statistical Society of Canada.
2001 - 2007Biostatistician, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre (PMCC).
2000 - 2001Biostatistician, Mayo Clinic.
2000MSc, Statistics, Simon Fraser University (SFU).

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