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PI ARM names Mike Burman as senior director

He has experience working with Bristol-Myers Squibb and AstraZeneca

PI ARM, part of ProPharma Group, has appointed Mike Burman as senior director.

In the role, Burman will provide leadership in strategic planning, key client relationships and delivering excellence to the medical information company's global client base.

Commenting on the appointment, Kirk Hoffman, PI ARM vice president, said: “We are excited about the experience Mike is bringing to the company.

“His understanding of both the client and service side of the pharmaceutical industry, coupled with his extensive international experience will be very helpful to us as we continue to expand our global business. We are very pleased to have Mike join our leadership team.”

Burman has previously included the design and implementation of the global medical information contact centre at Bristol-Myers Squibb and the virtual scientific exchange centre at AstraZeneca.

He has held a number of medical information management positions and is additionally active in several professional organisations and is a frequent speaker at various industry conferences.

PI ARM provides global, medical information solutions to pharma, biotech and medical device companies.

13th January 2015

From: Marketing



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