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John Hanson I collaborate and consult with clinicians, basic scientists, epidemiologists, and behavioural
 

Summary: John Hanson
I collaborate and consult with clinicians, basic scientists, epidemiologists, and behavioural
scientists at the Cross Cancer Institute on a variety of cancer related research projects
and studies. My duties include assisting with the design of clinical trials, sample size estimation,
and the statistical analysis and interpretation of clinical trial and basic research data. I also
participate in the statistical analysis of clinical outcomes and epidemiological studies using the
population based Alberta Cancer Registry. I aid and guide research project staff and their
assistants on the collection and management of research data, and the statistical analysis,
interpretation and the presentation of research results. This includes the review and editing
of research manuscripts in preparation for publication. The job requires the familiarity with
and application of a variety of research related computer applications, such as SAS and Splus,
and the development of statistical methods and data analysis techniques.
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I was born in England, near Manchester, and went to
high school in Edmonton, Alberta. I attended the
University of Alberta, and graduated with a BSc in
Mathematics in 1964 and an MSc in Mathematical
Statistics in 1968. After graduation, the Government of
Alberta employed me for three years, with the Division
of Human Resources. The duties of the position required

  

Source: Argerami, Martin - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Regina

 

Collections: Mathematics