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RSA announces three new UK hires

New faces include Omar de Bary, Beatriz de Luis and Maria-Angeles Garcia

Omar de BaryRSA, the life sciences recruitment specialists, has made three new appointments to its team of consultants in the UK.

Beatriz de Luis is a law graduate, with fluent Spanish and English language skills and she began her recruitment career in Spain.

In 2009, de Luis moved to the UK with SEC Recruitment and spent three years focussing on the Spanish pharmaceutical market across a number of functional areas.

In 2013, de Luis' geographical remit expanded to Europe, the USA and emerging markets, specialising in clinical development and medical affairs.

Maria-Angeles Garcia has 15 years' experience in recruitment and human resources and has worked in a broad range of areas, including: medical affairs, medical communications, R&D, clinical operations and business development/sales across Europe and the USA.

For the last three years she has worked at Sharpstream, a global executive search company where she focussed on health economics, outcomes research, market access, pricing and reimbursement.

And finally Omar de Bary (pictured) joins RSA's global interims team. Prior to joining RSA, de Bary worked for five years within life science talent management at Volt & Axess.

Chris Molloy, chief executive of RSA, said of the appointments: “I'm delighted to welcome these three talented individuals to our firm.

“2014 was a successful year for our teams worldwide. This was driven by true international working. I'm certain that Maria, Omar, and Beatriz will add further value to our UK and international clients in 2015.”

12th February 2015

From: Healthcare

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