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Kimberly Hunsicker Kimberly Hunsicker
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Research and Leadership

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Department: Clinical Research and Leadership

Education

  • BSN, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, 1990
  • MSN - CRNP Adult Primary Care, Villanova University, 1997
  • MBA, Moravian College, 2006

Biography

Professor Hunsicker has a diverse background first as a critical care nurse and nurse practitioner (CRNP), providing a first exposure to clinical research at the investigative site. She has also held leadership positions within many CRO and Sponsor Clinical Research & Development organizations. Kim has spent many years on the Sponsor side leading and managing Clinical Development Operations organizations within both large Pharma and small Biotech companies, such as Johnson & Johnson, Allergan, LifeCell and most recently Inovio. She has experience in developing and executing hundreds of clinical trials. Kim has been fortunate to have had the opportunity to work on all types of products within Clinical Development Operations. Her favorite focus is working with teams to develop very challenging combination products, specifically drug/device and biologic/device combinations. Both products have a synchronized clinical development plan that needs to be executed flawlessly. That's what makes it so complicated and interesting at the same time! Professor Hunsicker received her MSN at Villanova as an Adult Nurse Practitioner and MBA at Moravian College. She also held CRNP preceptor roles at both Villanova and DeSales Universities. 

Programs

  • Clinical Research Administration

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Industry Relationships and Collaborations

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