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Teresa-Lynn Hinkley Teresa-Lynn Hinkley
Adjunct Instructor of Clinical Research and Leadership

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Department: Clinical Research and Leadership


  • Nursing Diploma, Centennial College, 1986
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, York University, Canada, 2000
  • Master of Business Administration, Athabasca University, 2005


Terri is the Deputy Executive Director at the Association of Clinical Research Professionals (ACRP) with responsibility for all programs and publications. Terri joined ACRP in September of 2013 after 18 years in the clinical research industry. Formerly the director of clinical operations at Helix BioPharma Corp. in Aurora, Ontario, Canada, for which she successfully implemented a clinical operations program, Terri more recently put her experience in translating strategy into operations to use as an independent clinical research consultant and as a program coordinator for the clinical research curriculum at Seneca College. She also has worked in leadership positions for Anapharm Inc., Apotex Inc., and Biovail Corp. International; held longstanding Emergency Department duties with the Rouge Valley Health System and instructor duties for the Michener Institute’s Clinical Research Associate Program, was program administrator for Seneca College's clinical research certificate program; and was a founding member of the Canadian Association for Independent Clinical Research.

Terri graduated from Centennial College’s Diploma Nursing program in 1986, after which she gained experience in Medicine, ICU and Emergency.  She completed her BScN in 2000 and her MBA in 2005.   


  • Clinical Research Administration


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Industry Relationships and Collaborations

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