Greg is the Research Coordinator at the Desert AIDS Project in Palm Springs. Greg received his bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology / Biotechnology at the University of Ottawa in Canada. He has coordinated over 200 clinical trials in oncology and HIV with extensive experience in Phase I through IV trials over a 12-year span. Greg managed a clinical trials department that enrolled and followed over 600 subjects on various treatment and prevention trials.
Greg has a passion for learning, teaching and for the details of science. His passion makes patients feel welcome and safe under his care and supervision. His personal involvement with every study protocol and every patient shows each day at work. Greg’s roles include all facets of clinical trials comprised of protocol evaluation, regulatory compliance, subject screening, recruitment and education and submission of data to ensure the safety of all patients enrolled onto his trials.
When Greg is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his family and dogs, volunteering with AYSO soccer and playing video games.