Team Member

Qing Guo

Qing Guo



Qing Guo is a full-time PhD student in the Health Research Methodology program (with a focus on Biostatistics) in the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McMaster University, under the supervision of Dr. Eleanor Pullenayegum. She was a research biostatistician in McMaster University for 8 years. During this time, Qing gained enormous experience on study design and statistical methodologies in therapeutics areas such as oncology, hematology and cardiovascular diseases. Qing received her Master of Mathematics degree in Biostatistics from the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Sciences at the University of Waterloo, Master of Science degree in Mathematical Sciences from Lakehead University, and Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Hunan Normal University in China.

Qing’s research interests concentrate on biostatistics and its applications. In particular, her primary research interest is sample size determination in areas of functional MRI studies and clinical trials. Other areas of research include structural equation modeling, health economics, multilevel modeling, design and analysis of clinical trials, Bayesian methods and the development of clinical practice guideline. Her research work involves collaborating with workers in various disciplines including psychiatry and neurosciences, health technology assessment, oncology, hematology and cardiovascular diseases.