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Laura Patel joins Rock Medical Communications

Takes up role as associate director at UK healthcare comms agency

Rock Medical Communications Laura PatelRock Medical Communications has appointed Laura Patel as an associate director.

She joins the Richmond, UK-based medical education and communications agency with more than a decade's med comms experience.

Eric Hansen, director of Rock Medical Communications said: “I am delighted to welcome Laura to the senior team at Rock Medical Communications. 

“With over ten years experience in healthcare communications, Laura has an in-depth understanding of the drug discovery, regulatory and marketing processes across all therapeutic areas.”

During time she worked with companies such as Medicus International and Inspired Science, on programmes for US and Europe-based global pharmaceutical clients. 

Laura has also worked for a conference company and as a writer in medical publishing. 

29th August 2012

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