Pablo E. Serrano is an Associate Professor of Surgery at McMaster University. He joined the Department of Surgery in 2014 after finishing his fellowship in Hepatobiliary Surgical Oncology at the University of Toronto. He completed his General Surgery Residency at the University of Toledo, Ohio where he also completed a Master of Science in Molecular Biology and a Master of Public Health. He completed his PhD in Health Research Methods at McMaster University in 2022. He recently joined the Department of Health Research Methods Evidence and Impact as an Associate Member, allowing him to supervise graduate students at the masters and PhD level. He is an active researcher and scientist at the Escarpment Cancer Research Institute (ECRI) and has led several trials within the Ontario Clinical Oncology Group (OCOG), an academic Clinical Trials Group based at McMaster University. He has been the recipient of several research grants and is currently the principal investigator of multi-institutional nation-wide multidisciplinary clinical trials. He is also an Associate Member of the Centre for Discovery in Cancer Research (CDCR) at McMaster University, a cancer research centre that develops collaboration and synergy between scientists and clinicians, focusing on comprehensive translational studies that inform the rational development of combinational therapies for cancer treatment.