College of Health Sciences
Dionne Hines received her PhD in Health Outcomes Research from the University of Florida in December 2004. She joined Walden University in February 2017 as Contributing Faculty in the College of Health Science, Clincal Research Administration Program. Dr. Hines also serves as adjunct Research Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where she directs indpendent research projects and mentors doctoral students in the College of Health and Human Services. In a prior role, Dr. Hines served as an online adjunct professor for Davenport University, where she instructed undergraduate students in a health care research methods course. Professionally, Dr. Hines is employed by QuintilesIMS as a director of health economics and outcomes research projects. In this capacity Dr. Hines is responsible for managing research studies conducted in a real-world healthcare setting. Dr. Hines has co-authored several publications and presentations based on her work.