Munaza Jamil

Chair, N2 Public Engagement Committee; Lead, Monitoring Program at MICYRN

Munaza has over 24 years of experience in the world of clinical trials. She is passionate about EDI principles, integrating them into all her work, with a special focus on the inclusion of immigrants in clinical trials. Munaza’s work experience includes leadership roles at several excellent healthcare institutions, overseeing large complex teams facilitating the start-up, execution, and close-out of clinical research projects in multiple therapeutic areas. She currently leads the Monitoring Program at MICYRN, a maternal-pediatric health research network. She is on Faculty at McMaster University, where she teaches in the Applied Clinical Research Program. She chairs the N2 Public Engagement Committee, where she champions many EDI initiatives. She is on the executive board of ACRP Canada. She is an active collaborator and mentor with IMPaCT trials, a CIHR-funded Clinical Trials Training Platform. She also sits on the Joint Task Force for Clinical Trials Competency at the MRCT Center at Harvard, which has defined the core competency framework for clinical research professionals globally.