Please login to the form below

Not currently logged in
Email:
Password:

Kantar Health appoints two senior researchers

Dr Theano Anasta and Svetlana Gogolina join research firm

Dr Theano Anasta and Svetlana Gogolina have joined market research firm Kantar Health as senior researchers in its UK team.

Dr Anasta (pictured right) joins from research company Holden Pearmain, where she was head of advanced methods and deputy managing director.

Other positions held prior to her time at Holden Pearmain include director of the marketing science centre at Research International UK.

Kantar-Svetlana-GogolinaKantar Theano Anasta

Gogolina's (pictured left) appointment is a return to Kantar after leaving the company in 2011 to become research director at Holden Pearmain.

She is now advanced methods consultant after serving as senior methodologist in her first spell.

Gogolina also spent seven months last year as partner in CLOUT.

“Theano and Svetlana bring extensive experience in designing complex studies and consulting with senior clients,” said Jim Needell, managing director of Kantar Health in the UK.

“They will help us deliver on our objectives of meeting our clients' growing needs and addressing their central business questions around managing product launch programmes and how to promote and measure their performance.”

29th January 2013

From: Sales, Marketing

Share

Tags

PMEA Awards 2020

COVID-19 Updates and Daily News

Featured jobs

PMHub

Add my company
IGNIFI

We’re IGNIFI. An independent creative agency, we help spark and sustain successful brands for some of the biggest names in...

Latest intelligence

PME Jan cover
AstraZeneca’s focus on diagnosing and managing chronic kidney disease
People living with chronic kidney disease are in urgent need of new and improved approaches to diagnosis and care...
Delphi Technique Virtual Co-creation: A Customer Story
How a client leveraged the Delphi technique to co-create a consensus statement and algorithm using virtual touchpoints....
AI healthcare
Three ways AI will change healthcare in the next decade
Looking forward, there is no doubt that AI will continue to take centre stage in global healthcare initiatives...

Infographics