Kim McDonald-Taylor

Kim McDonald-Taylor

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Kim McDonald-Taylor has worked in the clinical trials arena for 30 years, including a 12-year tenure with Endpoint Research holding positions of Vice President of Operations, and Managing Director of Canada. She currently operates a clinical consultancy, McDonald-Taylor Consulting, offering training, project management, medical writing, teaching, meeting facilitation and strategic planning in clinical research.

Kim has volunteered with the Clinical Research Association of Canada (CRAC) for the past 18 years. In her various roles, including President, Kim has provided leadership as CRAC went online, helped develop a certification program (CRPC), and continues to recommend quality speakers for the membership on topics of importance in Canadian clinical research. Kim is on the Board of Directors of Brain Injury Canada where she volunteers as secretary.

Kim was named Volunteer of the Year in 2016 from Brain Injury Canada, and in 2018, was awarded the Canada Talks Pharma Excellence in Clinical Research Award.

Kim earned her MSc in toxicology from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph. She has presented and co-chaired sessions at DIA, DIA Canada, ACRP and other meetings over the past 15 years.