Dr. Penelope Bradbury, MB, BCh, FRACP, MD (UK)

Lung Disease Site Committee Co-Chair

Penelope Bradbury is a staff medical oncologist at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto, Canada; Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Toronto, and adjunct Associate Professor within the Department of Oncology at Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada. After obtaining her medical degree from the University of Cardiff, UK, and fellow in medical oncology from the Australasian College of Physicians, she undertook postgraduate fellowships at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and the Canadian Cancer Trials Group, ON, Canada. She was previously a senior investigator within the Canadian Cancer Trials Group for the thoracic and investigational new drugs program, during which time she held a Cancer Care Ontario Research Chair in Experimental Therapeutics. She has a research interest in the evaluation of new therapies for the management of thoracic malignancies and clinical trial methodology and is the current chair of the CCTG Lung Disease Site Committee.

Research interests

  • Evaluation of new therapies for the management of thoracic malignancies
  • Clinical trial methodology

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