Lynne Sinclair is an Educational Consultant and also the Innovative Program and External Development Lead at the Centre for Interprofessional Education, University of Toronto (U of T). She is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Medicine at U of T and has more than 20 years’ experience in the Faculty of Medicine. She remains a registered physiotherapist and always brings her eight years of direct clinical practice to her teaching.

Lynne has worked with Humber College’s School of Health Sciences as an Educational Consultant and guest speaker for the Annual Interprofessional Education Workshop over the last six years.

Lynne was awarded the 2008 U of T Faculty of Medicine - Helen P. Batty Award in Faculty Development for Teaching Excellence. Lynne was also most thrilled to be nominated by Humber College’s IPE Working Group for U of T’s Centre for IPE 2012 Merit Award – The Ivy Oandasan Leadership Award for Outstanding Leadership in Advancing Interprofessional Education.

Lynne recently accepted a position on the Board of Directors for Girls Inc., an organization, which promotes education for girls in the Durham Region. She is a proud step-mother to Paul, Hannah and Rebecca, who is a student in the University of New Brunswick – Humber Bachelor of Nursing program. Lynne lives in Whitby with her husband Dean and their two active dogs.