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emotive adds to medical writing and client services teams

Ian Seymour and Aki Okazaki join the agency

emotive Ian SeymourHealthcare communications agency emotive has expanded its medical writing and client services teams with the appointments of Ian Seymour and Aki Okazaki, respectively.

Seymour (pictured right) becomes senior medical copywriter at the agency, bringing nearly 10 years of medical writing experience to the role.

He joins from Inspired Science, where he served as senior medical writer, and has previously also worked as a writer and editor at Well Healthcare and the Meldola, Italy-based Centre of Integrated Oncology and Palliative Care (IRST).

emotive Aki OkazakiMeanwhile, Aki Okazaki (pictured left) joins the client services team as an associate director.

Okazaki moves from Real Science Communications where she served as a group account director, and also brings experience from Lucid, Inspired Science and PCM Healthcare Group.

Lizzie Nayman, client services director at emotive, said: “As 2016 continues to be a busy and exciting year for emotive, I am delighted to welcome Aki and Ian to the team.

“They both bring senior scientific direction and leadership to the team across a wide range of therapy areas, and with this combination of science and experience we can continue to deliver fantastic and award winning work for our clients.”

20th September 2016

From: Marketing

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