Dana El-Mughayyar

Clinical Research Associate

Dana El-Mughayyar completed her Bachelor of Science with a double major in Biology Psychology and received her Master of Science in Kinesiology in 2023 from the University of New Brunswick. With over 6 years of clinical research experience, Dana is the Director of Experiential Learning at Impart and the founder of the volunteer program at CardioVascular Research New Brunswick.  Her current work involves leading the LeAAPs Trial https://classic.clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05478304 in New Brunswick, leading ATTR observational studies,  and CloudDX-sponsored studies. Additionally, she regularly monitors other trials and studies that are ongoing at the New Brunswick Heart Centre.

Dana is not only involved in Cardiac Research, she is also the Clinical Research Manager for the Chronic Pain Service Clinic at Horizon Health Network. She acts as the research representative on the Neurosciences Network, a provincial group focusing on updating and discussing neurosurgery case care standards. She sits on the Acute Spinal Cord Injury Accreditation team for Health Canada Accreditation 2022-2023 at the Saint John Regional Hospital, Accreditation Canada People-Centred Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Program, and is a steering committee member of the Spinal Cord Injury Network of Atlantic Provinces.

She has multiple peer-reviewed publications and has presented at national and international scientific conferences. She has peer-reviewed over 30 manuscripts for the Global Spine Journal and Medicine © over the last two years and continues to be an active member of the scientific community. Dana is keen on working on the continual improvement of patient outcomes. 

Dana has a great interest in contributing to the scientific community through innovative evidence-based clinical research. Dana considers one of the key components of improving medical research is through multidisciplinary collaborations. She has multiple local and national collaborations, the focus of which has included technological and health advancements.


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