Samantha Fowler

Clinical Research Manager

Research Services

Saint John

MA, BA (Hons.)

Samantha is the Clinical Research Manager for the Maritime SPOR SUPPORT Unit. She holds a B.A. (Hons.) in Psychology and an M.A. in Experimental Psychology from the University of New Brunswick, where her research focused on the psychosocial predictors of life satisfaction. Samantha brought her expertise to the MSSU in 2017 and is currently responsible for supporting clinical researchers in the development and implementation of patient-oriented research studies across various disciplines and overseeing the daily operations of the MSSU Saint John site.

Select Publications

  • Chiu, S., Fowler, S., Bridges, S., Hanson, N., Street, S., King, J., … Gulliver, A. (2024). A mixed method study evaluating an innovative care model for rural outpatient breast surgery patients. Canadian Journal of Surgery, 67(2), E77–E84.
  • Gesner, N., Fowler, S., McLaughlin, L., Bridges, S., Ryan, S., Noel, N., … Thompson, S. (2023). Facilitating parent child sexual health communication: Recommendations from the New Brunswick “Ask Me Anything” survey. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 32(3), 264-274.
  • Bridges, S., Fowler, S., McLaughlin, L., Robichaud, M., Reece, D., Ridgway, B., … Reiman, A. (2023). How should multiple myeloma research change in a patient-oriented world? Findings and lessons from the pan-Canadian myeloma priority setting partnership. Research Involvement and Engagement, 9(60).
  • Fowler, S., McLaughlin, L., Bridges, S., Robichaud, M., Ridgway, B., Reece, D., … & Reiman, A. (2022). The future of myeloma research in Canada and beyond: Results of a James Lind Alliance priority setting partnership. British Journal of Haematology, 196(5), e52-e54.

ORCiD: 0000-0002-2750-8600