Canadian Cancer Trials Group Bulletins
Faculty Biographies
Penny Bradbury, MB, BCh, FRACP, MD
Penny Bradbury is a medical oncologist; Assistant Professor within the Department of Oncology at Queen's University and holds a Cancer Care Ontario Research Chair in Experimental Therapeutics. She is a graduate of Cardiff University Medical School, UK. She undertook specialist medical oncology training at the MidCentral Regional Cancer Treatment Service in New Zealand, and at the Cancer Research UK Medical Oncology Department, Churchill Hospital, Oxford, UK, obtaining the FRACP in 2005. She undertook fellowship training in Thoracic Oncology at Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, and a one year Drug Development Fellowship with the NCIC Clinical Trials Group, as part of The Terry Fox Foundation Training Program in Transdisciplinary Cancer Research at Canadian Institutes of Health Research. She has a research interest in the evaluation of new therapies for the management of thoracic malignancies and clinical trial methodology. Within the Canadian Cancer Trials Group, she is the physician coordinator for the lung disease site and for National and International thoracic malignancy clinical trials.  
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