Clinical Research Coordinator
Ms. Flynn joined Duke University’s MURDOCK Study in August 2013 as a Clinical Trials Assistant II. She graduated from Georgia State University with a bachelor’s degree in Biology and worked for Emory University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention before teaching middle school science for eight years.
Originally from Duluth, Georgia, Ms. Flynn moved to North Carolina in 2003. She is excited to be part of the Duke-Kannapolis team and believes it holds the potential to greatly reduce the impact of disease in people’s lives. In her free time, she likes to design jewelry and spend time outdoors with her daughter and four dogs.