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Inspired Science hires Peter Levantis to head medical writing team

He joins from MJL Advertising, where he was acting copy director

Medical communications agency Inspired Science has appointed Dr Peter Levantis as principal medical writer.

In this newly created role, Levantis will lead the medical writing team, while also providing senior strategic and scientific counsel to clients.

Prior to joining the agency, Levantis was acting copy director at MJL Advertising and has held similar senior editorial positions at Euro RSCG Life and Wells Healthcare Communications.

“We are delighted to welcome Peter to Inspired Science,” said Alison Doughty, head of the agency.

“His breadth of experience and deep understanding of several key therapeutic areas will be a great asset to our clients and our team. Peter will play a key role in shaping our scientific and editorial services as we continue to grow our team of writers.”

Before turning to medical communications, Levantis specialised in molecular biology.

He was a research fellow at the Imperial Cancer Fund, senior scientific officer at the Babraham Institute and honorary senior lecturer and research team leader at the London Hospital Medical College.

31st October 2012

From: Marketing, Healthcare

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