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MRN expands operations with new senior director

Todd McGrath joins from Parexel
MRN

Medical Research Network (MRN) has hired Todd McGrath as senior director of head of US operations.

McGrath joins with many years of experience in the pharmaceutical industry, with his most recent position being operations director at Parexel.

He said: “In my previous role, I was becoming more and more aware and interested in the growing role home healthcare and how it revolutionising both the pharma industry and health outcomes.

“MRN is the market leader and working with pharma companies who are looking to move into this space, and so when the role came up, it was an easy decision to make. I can't wait to get started.”

MRN recently developed a strategic partnership with World Courier, focusing on patient-centric health solutions. 

Established in 2006, MRN is the world's leading provider of home healthcare for patients in clinical trials. 

Dr Graham Wylie, CEO of MRN, added: “We're really pleased that Todd has joined us. He brings with him years of project management experience. He also understands how companies grow internationally, which is vital for a globally expanding firm like MRN. “He will use his skills to bring our host of new staff on board and streamline our systems. We're incredibly lucky to have him.”

26th October 2015

From: Healthcare

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