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Dr Brendan Murphy joins Portland Health

Takes on the role of medical education director

Portland Health Dr Brendan MurphyPortland Health has appointed Dr Brendan Murphy as director of medical education as part of its efforts to grow its offering in the sector.

Dr Jane Brearley, partner and head of health at the London-based communications agency, said: “Last year was an exceptional year of growth for Portland Health, including adding a number of med ed projects and clients to our portfolio.

“Brendan's skills and our future hiring plan will ensure that we are able to build on our track record of creating compelling creative campaigns grounded in high science.”

Dr Murphy joins Portland Health after four years at the Nucleus Global group, having previously served as director of client services at both Health Interactions and Articulate Science.

He also brings experience from a number of agencies including Inspired Science, Ketchum, MediTech Media and pharmaceutical firm Janssen Cilag, where he served as its medical education manager.

Dr Murphy said: “I'm delighted to be joining Portland at such an exciting time for the company.

“I'm particularly looking forward to working alongside a talented team over the next few months and capitalising on my experience to bring the med ed offer to life and building on the excellent reputation that Portland has.”

5th May 2016

From: Marketing



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