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Incite appoints Hannah Murphy to its health practice

She joins the research company from Branding Science

London-based research company Incite has appointed Hannah Murphy to its health practice as an associate.

She joins the company from healthcare research consultancy Branding Science, where she was a research manager and led global and domestic programmes for a number of pharma clients.

Incite managing director Roger Banks said: “We are delighted that Hannah will be joining Incite and bringing her pharmaceutical research experience to this area of our business.

“With her sector knowledge and skills in management and delivery to clients, she will be a great addition to our health team led by Sarah Phillips who was recently re-elected to the board of EphMRA (European Pharmaceutical Market Research Association) to represent Associate Members within the association.” 

Prior to her three and a half years with Branding Science Hannah completed an MA in Marketing at Durham University Business School, gained a BA Hons in English and Related Literature from the University of York.

2nd August 2012

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