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Research Partnership appoints Tom Nolte

He takes up a role as director and head of business analytics, North America

Research Partnership Tom NolteLondon-based healthcare research and consulting firm the Research Partnership has appointed Tom Nolte as director and head of business analytics, North America.

He will be based at the company's US headquarters in Philadelphia and brings over 25 years' experience in healthcare research to the role.

Most recently he served as global head of innovation at Ipsos Healthcare and prior to that was VP, strategic consulting at Adelphi, a role he held for 14 years.

Research Partnership's US president Harriet Kozak said, “I am thrilled to have Tom as part of the growing Research Partnership US Office.

“Tom brings great energy, insight and creative thinking to his partnership with clients, and we look forward to his contribution to the continued development of innovative solutions within Research Partnership overall.”

In addition to his new role at Research Partnership, Tom is also involved in innovation and entrepreneurship at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School in work that supports healthcare commercialisation. 

8th June 2016

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