Dr. Ding received his PhD in Statistics in 1999 from the University of Alberta, and subsequently did postdoctoral training in the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Rochester. He joined the NCIC Clinical Trials Group and Department of Community Health & Epidemiology at Queen's in 2001.
As a Senior Biostatistician at NCIC Clinical Trials Group, his primary responsibilities are the design and analysis of the cancer clinical trials conducted by the Group.
Dr. Ding is also interested in sequential analysis; statistical quality control procedures; statistical computing.
Dr. Ding co-teaches MSc biostatistical courses (EPID 821, EPID 822) and supervises MSc students in the Department.