As the Scientific Advisory Board Member, Terri brings vast experience in Thrombosis research and patients.
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Terri Schnurr received her Registered Nurse Diploma from Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology in 1997. She became a Certified Clinical Research Coordinator through the Association of Clinical Research Professionals in 2007.
Currently she is a Clinical Research Nurse in Thromboembolism at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton. She serves on the leadership committee of the Coordinators Connect, an education and information forum for all clinical research personnel, and has served on the planning committee for local research conferences.
She also serves on the Subject Recruitment and Clinical Trial Awareness Committee of N2 (Network of Networks). N2 is a national initiative that brings together multiple existing disease networks and other stakeholders who are willing to join forces to enhance Canada's research capability and capacity.
“When you enroll a patient in your study, they become like your family. You start seeing them more than your family, and you develop a strong bond with them,” says Terri.
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