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INC Research appoints Jane Winter

She will lead the CRO's global consulting practice

INC Research CRO contract research Jane WinterINC Research has appointed industry veteran Jane Winter to lead its global consulting practice.

She has worked in the industry for 30 years of industry, most recently as interim global head of outsourcing at a Japanese biopharmaceutical company.

Earlier in her career Winter spent 11 years with Quintiles and three year with Wyeth (now part of Pfizer).

She currently serves on the board of directors for the Pan–Asian Clinical Research Association (PACRA), a non-profit organisation in Singapore dedicated to the professional development of clinical research personnel based in Asia Pacific.

As INC's senior vice president of global consulting Winter will be based in the UK and lead the CRO's unit that provides consulting in areas such as drug development and commercialisation and quality assurance.

Alistair Macdonald, INC's chief operating officer, said: “[Jane's] leadership and broad pharmaceutical background will be instrumental as we look to expand our integrated services model to include clinical development optimisation and compliance.

“These additions, combined with our strategy, QA and regulatory practice areas, provide the complete framework to address our customers' most pressing business needs in drug development today.”

26th February 2014

From: Research

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