Please login to the form below

Not currently logged in
Email:
Password:

Cohn & Wolfe appoints new senior healthcare director

Christine Chapman joins from Weber Shandwick

Cohn-_&_-Wolfe,-Christine-Chapman

Cohn & Wolf has hired Weber Shandwick's Christine Chapman as senior director at the agency's London healthcare practice.

In her new role Chapman will take responsibility for practice operations, while also managing strategic direction of several international accounts, covering areas including oncology, cardiology and infectious diseases.

"Christine is an exceptional talent and her joining contributes to the expansion of our senior team, a key focus for 2013 as we celebrate the continued growth of our client base,” said global head of health Mike Kan.

"With our London Healthcare business growing by 37 per cent in 2012 alone, I'm delighted to have Christine join us.

"Christine has a proven track record as a trusted advisor to clients and team members alike and I know she will make an incredible impact during this exciting time for our business," he said.

Prior to joining Weber Shandwick, Chapman spent five years at Burson-Marsteller, having earlier held posts with Athena Medical PR, Lowe Fusion Healthcare and Innovex.

Commenting on her new role, Chapman said: "Cohn & Wolfe is an exciting place to be – with a thriving and growing healthcare team, all-encompassing communications expertise within the London office and a comprehensive network - and I am delighted to be part of it".

The agency has also appointed account director Ben Seal to the agency's healthcare practice. He joined earlier this month from Ogilvy PR Health in Sydney.

20th February 2013

From: Marketing

Share

Tags

Featured jobs

Subscribe to our email news alerts

PMHub

Add my company
Cello Health

Cello Health offers a unique breadth and depth of experience, across everything from early stage product commercialisation, strategy and research,...

Latest intelligence

A new reality for healthcare
When mobile phones came onto the mass market it would have been difficult to see how they were to develop into the ubiquitous multimedia devices they are now. Their power,...
Digital-green-grey.jpg
Are you getting these benefits from your digital technology?
Your organisation switched from ‘paper to glass’, buying the latest mobile devices and hiring digital agencies to fill them with eye-catching content. But what happened?...
Alzheimer's: the numbers we cannot forget
In this article, Consultant David Cooney explores the success rate of trials in AD and the reasons for this incredulous situation, as well as looking at the some of the...

Infographics