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Lucid group adds to its medical writing team

Melody Jimenez and Katie Greenhalgh join the group

Melody JimenezMedical education agency Lucid Group has hired two new medical writers, recruiting Melody Jimenez and Katie Greenhalgh.

Jimenez (pictured right) joins the group’s London office as its new medical writer after starting her career in medical communications last year and said she wants to continue to “spread knowledge that has the potential to change patients’ lives”.

Katie GreenhalghKatie Greenhalgh (pictured left) also bolsters Lucid's London-based team and joins its group’s senior medical writing.

Greenhalgh has over three years of medical communications after gaining her PhD in haematology.

She said: “I love spending my working life contributing to advancing healthcare outcomes for patients.

“I was attracted to working with Lucid due to its fantastic reputation in the medical communications industry.”

26th July 2017

From: Marketing

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