eWith over 11 years of experience in health research administration, the Corporate Manager, Research Operations and Project Management is passionate about the education, engagement and promotion of health research. With an appreciation for the spectrum of complexities, details and risks involved in health research, the Corporate Manager, Research Operations and Project Management’s understanding of the end-to-end research process has led to her recognition as an established Research Administrator with a proven record of forming and maintaining synergistic, dynamic and solution-focused teams. Through her strategic networks, the Corporate Manager, Research Operations & Project Management strives to enhance the enabling services for health research available to research stakeholders, including the tools, processes and approaches of effectively managing health research.
As an invited presenter at national and international conferences such as the Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards annual conference, the Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) conference, and the Risk Management in Health Research conference, the Corporate Manager Research Operations and Project Management has presented on research ethics, RCR and legal and liability issues in health research for over 6 years. In addition to previously serving as a Research Ethics Methods Tutor and guest lecturer for a 2nd year medical education course where she received a faculty teaching award for “Excellence in Small Group Teaching”, she also has research interests in the areas of public accountability and responsibility in health research, with particular interest in health research governance and accountability frameworks.