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New medical communications head for S&H

London-based agency appoints Dr Jo Pearson
Jo Pearson

Dr Jo Pearson has joined the S&H Group to head up its London-based agency S&H Medical Communications.

She moves to the agency from Virgo Health, where she spent two years as an associate director following a five-year spell at MediTech Media as an account director.

In her new role at S&H Pearson will be responsible for managing its medical communications team and driving its growth in the sector.

She said “I am really looking forward to working with the team to strengthen and grow our medical communications offering, at a time where clients are facing more challenges than ever before. Sudler has the heritage and dynamism to provide innovative solutions and deliver high quality programmes achieving brand objectives.”

Prior to joining the industry Pearson was in academic research, obtaining a DPhil from the University of Oxford studying immune mechanisms in inflammatory disease.

David Higgins, managing director of S&H London, said: “With her strong scientific background and agency experience, we're delighted Jo has joined the S&H Group to lead the Medical Communications team.” 

19th December 2014

From: Marketing

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