Please login to the form below

Not currently logged in
Email:
Password:

Maetrics promotes Steve Cottrell to president

Was previously VP of business development

edit-Maetrics-steve-cottrellLife sciences consulting company Maetrics has named Steve Cottrell as its new president.

The appointment is a promotion for Cottrell, who was previously VP business development after joining Maetrics in 2013. 

Commenting on his new role, Cottrell said: “I am excited to serve this dynamic organisation as president. I look forward to working with our excellent leadership team and our talented employees across the globe as we deliver high quality results to our global client base for years to come.”

Prior to joining Maetrics, Cottrell served in executive positions at DOCS, a division of the global clinical research organisation ICON where he was VP global business development, i3 Health, part of United Health and additionally at InVentiv Health and AAI Pharma.

George Huntley, chief operating officer for parent company Theoris Group, added: “We are fortunate to have a proven leader of Steve's calibre and experience to be our president.

“Since joining the firm in 2012, he has helped shape our go to market strategy and lead our business development efforts. He is a hands-on leader with over 25 years serving clients in the life sciences industry worldwide.”

Article by
Kirstie Pickering

13th March 2015

From: Marketing

Share

Tags

Featured jobs

Subscribe to our email news alerts

PMHub

Add my company
Say Communications

Influencing positive behaviours and delivering change is what drives us, using thought leadership, education, social and professional engagement and compelling,...

Latest intelligence

NHS regional footprints
What to expect from 2019...
Not another weight-loss ad
Christmas is over and the gyms are packed, it’s a never-ending tale. But why do we do it to ourselves every year?...
China’s clinical trial shake-up
As many of the obstacles to running clinical trials in China fall away, the country is proving to be a better research location...

Infographics