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Virgo Health Education builds London office team

Victoria Thomas, Rachel Hassan, Arnika Paranjape and Harry O’Connor join

Virgo Health Victoria ThomasVirgo Health Education has made four appointments to its newly-established Central London office team.

Victoria Thomas (pictured) rejoins the Richmond-headquartered healthcare agency, taking on the role of account director and becoming part of the management team that leads Virgo's European oncology business.

She first joined Virgo Health in 2011 as an account manager, before being promoted to senior account manager two years later.

Most recently, Thomas served as an account director at Sciterion, a role she held from 2014 until February this year.

Rachel Hassan has been appointed to Virgo Health's team as a medical writer, bringing experience from Porterhouse Medical where she served as its editorial project lead.

Also joining the agency is Arnika Paranjape who becomes a senior editorial assistant.

She brings editorial experience from Science Navigation Group, where she worked as an editorial assistant since 2013.

Finally, Harry O'Connor has been appointed as an editorial assistant at the healthcare communications firm.

He brings experience from Map of Medicine, a local guidance and clinical decision support service provider based in London, where he served as an editorial assistant.

25th May 2016

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