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Hamell Communications adds to team

Comms agency has steadily expanded team this year

Hamell Communications has added four new hires to its team in recent months as part of their continuing expansion.

Catherine Davis has been appointed as research manager, bringing three years of healthcare research experience to the role. Davis has managed global studies for major pharmaceutical clients and has degrees in psychology and medical sociology.

Cara Kirby joins as senior account/research executive. Kirby is a psychology graduate from Plymouth University and has spent time involved in research, analysis and digital as well as account handling and client servicing since starting at the agency.

Hamell has also named Dimitri Adam as research executive. Adam is an MSc graduate in from UCL and has worked as a researcher for the past two years in academia and the private sector.

Charlotte Griffin has been appointed as junior account/research executive and has also studied psychology, this time at the University of Surrey. She has worked in regulatory affairs, psychiatric care and early phase clinical trials.

7th November 2014

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