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90TEN appoints Alison Doughty as med ed MD

She joins from Ketchum where she was a partner and director

Alison DoughtyGlobal healthcare communications agency, 90TEN has appointed Alison Doughty as its managing director, medical education division following a year of unprecedented growth for the Battersea, UK-based agency.

Previously serving Ketchum as its partner and director, Doughty has overseen health PR teams and founded med ed agency Inspired Science.

Carole North, 90TEN’s co-founder and chief executive officer, said: “We have long admired Alison’s entrepreneurial flare and talent for breaking new ground in healthcare communications, and we are thrilled to welcome her to 90TEN.

“Our medical education team has had a record-breaking year, winning new clients in the US and Europe, and there couldn’t be a better time for Alison to bring her combination of scientific expertise and strategic nous to the mix.”

Doughty has also previously worked for MedITech Media, Health Interactions and Roche.

5th July 2017

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