Christina Chrysler

Clinical Research Lead, Trauma & Recovery Research Unit, McMaster University

Christina Chrysler is a Clinical Research Lead who oversees the Trauma & Recovery Research Unit. She has spent 20 years at McMaster University working in clinical health research as a Clinical Research Coordinator and Senior Grants Advisor. She provides a comprehensive understanding of clinical research projects, study design, data management, grant administration, research finance, and research contracts.

Prior to joining the Unit, the majority of Christina’s career was spent managing the Canadian arm (MSSNG) of the International Autism Genome Project. She is also a trained psychometrist and has a specialization in complex neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorders, fetal alcohol syndrome, anxiety, mood disorders, developmental disabilities, and cognitive impairments.

As Clinical Research Lead, she oversees all the activities in the Unit to ensure its projects are on track to meet their deliverables and timelines.