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Manjula Halai joins Wave Healthcare Communications

Moves to the med ed agency from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Manjula HalaiWave Healthcare Communications has appointed Manjula Halai as a programme manager.

She joins the Buckinghamshire, UK-based medical education agency from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS), where she worked as a project manager on the British National Formulary.

Before joining the RPS, Halai worked as a clinical pharmacist in the NHS, a pharmacy manager for Boots and began her career with a short spell as an analytical scientist at Zeneca Agrochemicals. 

During this time Halai has accrued significant experience within biomedical publishing, with an emphasis on managing digitally-driven technology projects.

Roderick Ball, co-owner and Director of Wave, said: “Manjula's appointment reflects our approach to integrate digital approaches into the delivery of medical education programmes.”

29th April 2015

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