Greg Knoll MD FRCPC


Dr. Greg Knoll is Professor of Medicine in the Division of Nephrology at the University of Ottawa and is the current Vice Chair of Research for the Department of Medicine. He has been on staff at TOH since 1997 and is the Medical Director of Renal Transplantation. Dr Knoll currently holds the University of Ottawa Chair in Clinical Transplantation Research and is a Scientist with the Clinical Epidemiology Program of the Ottawa Hospital Research Institute.

Dr. Knoll was the previous President of the Canadian Society of Transplantation (2008-2009). He is involved in ongoing studies related to the measurement of renal function in kidney transplant recipients, cardiac screening in kidney transplant candidates, the role of ACE-inhibitors in long-term patient and graft survival, systematic reviews on immunosuppressive strategies, determinants of survival following kidney transplant failure and the long-term effects of living kidney donation.