Dr. Robinson serves as a corporate pharmaceutical consultant and former visiting professor to South Florida School of pharmacy. She contributes an extensive professional relationship with influential providers and medical institutions through several cities in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico, South America and Europe.
Dr. Robinson is currently an Associate Director for Medical Sciences for Gilead Sciences; she is formerly a Senior Regional Medical Scientist, for ViiV Healthcare, North American Medical Affairs, Pfizer/GlaxoSmithKline (formerly GlaxoSmithKline). She has served as a Medical Science Associate, for Bristol-Myers Squibb Virology, and as an Associate Clinical Research Scientist, for Abbott Laboratories, for which she received the Outstanding Achievement Award, Abbott Global Medical Affairs in 2001.
Dr. Robinson has shared her vast knowledge as an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy, Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale, where she was honored with the Outstanding Mentor and Preceptor Award, Phi Lambda Sigma in 2000, and the Golden Apple Award for Teaching Excellence, by the School of Pharmacy Class of 1998. While teaching, she served as Clinical Pharmacist, Infectious Diseases/AIDS for Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami, and North Broward Hospital District/Imperial Point Medical Center, Fort Lauderdale. Often sought as lecturer in her field, Dr. Robinson has also extensively published peer-reviewed clinical research articles for the benefit of the medical and scientific communities.
Dr. Robinson is licensed as a Pharmacist in Florida, New York, and Jamaica, West Indies. She has held memberships in the Caribbean Pharmacists Associations. Additionally, she holds memberships in several US National and Regional Medical & Pharmaceutical organizations.
She earned her Diploma of Science in Pharmacology from University of Technology, Jamaica, West Indies; her Bachelor’s degree from Saint John’s University, New York; and her Doctorate in Pharmacy from Nova Southeastern University, Fort Lauderdale. Her post-doctoral work as an Infectious Diseases Resident was performed at the University of California, San Francisco, where she was honored with The Long Award for Teaching Excellence by the Class of 1996.
Dr. Robinson utilizes her 20 years of Academic & Corporate Pharmaceutical Clinical Research experience to develop novel clinical research designs, and novel delivery systems for pharmacokinetic dosing for the investigation of cannabinoids as therapeutics.