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Liberation strengthens team with new member

Edward Mullin has been appointed as account coordinator

edit-Edward_MullinLiberation has further expanded its growing team with the appointment of Edward Mullin as account coordinator.

He will be working across a number of the Richmond, UK-based healthcare comm agency's accounts and supporting its team.

Mullin recently graduated from the Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience with an MSc in Clinical Neurology and has a strong scientific background with a BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science, also from University of Sheffield, where he gained a scholarship.

Kim Lemon, associate director, said: “We are delighted that Edward will be joining Liberation. He will be a valuable addition to our ever-growing team and we look forward to introducing him to the exciting world of healthcare communications.”

Liberation, which picked up Small Consultancy or Health Team of the Year at the Communiqué Awards 2014, also recently promoted Danielle Smith to account director and Vicky Smith to account executive.

11th September 2014

From: Marketing, Regulatory

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