Teri B. Wallace

Ms. Wallace is primarily responsible for the quality assurance services we provide our clients.  Within this role, Ms. Wallace is responsible for protocol, data, and report reviews of studies for compliance with U.S. and international Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations, review and development of Standard Operating Procedures, and laboratory audits.  She is also responsible for implementing and presenting SciReg’s GLP training programs.

Prior to joining SciReg, Ms. Wallace was a contractor with the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, where she served as the Quality Assurance Specialist/Manager at the Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute.  In this role, she was responsible for all aspects of the Institute’s GLP quality program.  Ms. Wallace started her career as a biologist in developmental/reproductive toxicology and in vitro toxicology, before transitioning to quality assurance.  Ms. Wallace has worked in the fields of in vitro toxicology, bioanalytic data review, radiobiology, histopathology, and toxico- and pharmaco-kinetics.

Ms. Wallace earned her master of science degree in biotechnology from Johns Hopkins University and her bachelor of science degree in psychology from the College of William and Mary.  She is an active member of the Society of Quality Assurance (SQA) and the National Capital Area Regional Society of Quality Assurance (NCARSQA), and has served as Vice President, President, and a Director of NCARSQA.  Ms. Wallace has been certified as a Registered Quality Assurance Professional in GLPs (RQAP-GLP) since 2009.