Senior Research Coordinator
Stephanie is a Certified Clinical Research Professional with a Bachelor of Science in biology from Dalhousie University. She has over twenty years of experience managing and administering diverse projects; ranging from single-site, investigator-driven studies to multi-national, pharma-sponsored research. In addition to her research mandate, Stephanie collaborates with interprofessional clinical teams to maximize person-centred care; facilitating access to services and providing support, outreach, and education. Her professional volunteer commitments include past leadership roles on the Research Policy and Practice Advisory Council, Research Mentor Program, and Research Education Committee, and she has been an active member of the Nova Scotia Health Research Ethics Board since 2009. Stephanie regularly volunteers her personal time to speak at high schools, universities, and professional schools, promoting mental wellness and suicide prevention among our youth, and in addition to her online writing on these topics, she has had print publications in The Globe and Mail and Chatelaine. In 2017, the Mental Health Foundation of Nova Scotia recognized Stephanie’s advocacy with their Let’s Keep Talking - Outstanding Individual Award.