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HRW bolsters global management team

Paul Boyce, Lisa Logan, Yuliya Fontanetti and Katie Olding join the group

Yuliya FontanettiHealthcare Research Worldwide (HRW) has strengthened its global management team with the addition of four new hires.

Paul Boyce joins the business as its vice president for the US team based in the Manhattan office following experience in pharma research from his previous roles as vice president at GfK Healthcare and Ipsos Healthcare.

Lisa Logan also joins the US office as its associate vice president and she will focus on strengthening and driving HRW’s oncology insight’s team.

Additionally, Yuliya Fontanetti (pictured right), joins the HRW London office in a newly-created role as head of operations, where she will devlop and deliver the group’s operations functions to better support clients within the healthcare industry.

She has previously worked for Cello Health Insight and Kantar Group, where she served as survey management director.

Meanwhile, Katie Olding has joined the team in Wallingford, UK, as its global human resources manager, where she will focus on development, progression and recognition.

Jeanette Kaye, deputy managing director at HRW, said: “These important additions to our company will help us keep expanding our creative solutions, meeting and exceeding our customers’ expectations whilst maintaining and celebrating everything that sits at the core of HRW.”

29th September 2017

From: Marketing



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