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INC Research appoints Dr Martin Sullivan

He joins the CRO as executive medical director for cardiovascular medicine

INC Research has appointed Dr Martin Sullivan as its new executive director for cardiovascular medicine.  

He has spent more than 25 years in medical practice and clinical research and prior to joining the US-based clinical research organisation (CRO) Dr Sullivan was a research consultant specialising in non-invasive cardiology.  

His career has included stints as the director of the Duke Center for Integrative Medicine; director of cardiovascular research at the Heartland Regional Medical Center in St. Joseph's, Missouri; and a senior research consultant in the division of cardiology at the University of North Carolina.  

Sally Osmond, general manager of cardiovascular and endocrinology clinical development at INC Research, said: "The prevalence of cardiovascular diseases provides significant opportunity for the development of new therapies to improve the health and overall wellbeing of many patients worldwide.  

"Marty is a highly respected cardiologist with extensive experience both in practice and in clinical development, having implemented more than 100 clinical research projects. We're thrilled to have a thought leader of his calibre to lead development of these complex trials."  

16th October 2013

From: Research

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