Stephan Ogenstad

Dr. Stephan Ogenstad is President and founder of Statogen Consulting, Wake Forest, North Carolina.

He is Adjunct Faculty Member and professor of biostatistics at Georgia Southern University. He has 20 years of experience with major pharmaceutical companies and distinguished university hospitals from around the world. Dr. Ogenstad earned a PhD in Statistics from the University of Stockholm, and worked as a professor of statistics at the Dept. of Statistics. He is on the International Advisory Committee of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and is elected President of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Statistical Association, and elected program chair for the section on Statistical Consulting for ASA for 2009.

Dr. Ogenstad lectured in experimental design, drug development and various other areas of biostatistics at the Karolinska Institute and the Swedish Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences in Stockholm, Sweden. He served as senior statistical advisor to members of the Nobel Prize Committee of Medicine and Physiology. He is also a frequent presenter at international conferences.

Dr. Ogenstad has had numerous professional affiliations as well as society memberships. He has been the president of the Swedish Society for Medical Statistics, council member of the Swedish Statistical Association, council member and cofounder of the European Federation of Statisticians in the Pharmaceutical Industry, and chair of the Massachusetts Biotechnology Council, Biometrics.
During the past 20 years, he has held executive managerial positions in nonclinical and clinical biostatistics and clinical data management with AstraZeneca, Parexel International Corporation, Amgen, and Vertex Pharmaceuticals.
Dr. Ogenstad has contributed to the filing of 13 NDA/BLA submissions in Europe, USA and Japan. He has more than 80 publications, book chapters, and presentations in the areas of biostatistics and medicine.