Houston Methodist. Leading Medicine.
Houston Methodist. Leading Medicine

Terry D. Schuenemeyer

Terry D. Schuenemeyer, R.N., C.C.R.A.

Terry D. Schuenemeyer, R.N., C.C.R.A.

Terry D. Schuenemeyer, R.N., C.C.R.A.

Manager - Regulatory Support Services/Quality Assurance
Academic Office of Clinical Trials

E-mail: tdschuenemeyer@houstonmethodist.org



Terry Schuenemeyer is responsible for the development and management of quality assurance and regulatory support services for the investigative staff of The Methodist Hospital Research Institute.  In this role, she oversees the development and implementation of an IND/IDE support office, and certified good manufacturing practice facilities. She is also responsible for quality assurance programs, and assists with investigative device process management and the implementation and management of electronic clinical trial systems.

She is a seasoned clinical research professional with over 30 years experience in clinical research and regulatory affairs on both the academic and the manufacturer sides of research.  Her extensive background includes experience with the pharmaceutical and medical device industries, global clinical research organizations and academic research organizations.  Ms. Schuenemeyer is a member of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals, and the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society.  She is a founding member of the Houston Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology, for which she served in the office of Society Secretary/Treasurer.  She has served on the national advisory committee for the American College Of Surgeons – Oncology Group and was a member of their national audit team. 

Ms. Schuenemeyer has recently received an appointment as a member of the cGMP Advisory Committee with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Devices and Radiological Health.  She has presented at national and international scientific meetings, and has published articles for regional and national organizations, including co-authorship of a medical textbook on cardiac pacing and has recently been asked to contribute to a book chapter on the regulatory aspects of Nanomedicine.