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Ashley Comms and Southwood Research team up

Med comms agency joins forces with clinical and regulatory consultancy

Chrissie Ashley and Colin WheelerAshley Communications has joined forces with newly-established clinical research and regulatory consultancy Southwood Research.

Founded and led by Dr Colin Wheeler (pictured right), Southwood Research specialises in supporting life science companies in the development, registration and lifecycle management of medicines.

The partnership with Southwood Research will enable Ashley Communications to strengthen and diversify its medical communications offering to provide a truly integrated service for its pharmaceutical and biotech clients.

Chairman of the agency Chrissie Ashley (pictured left) said: “We have worked with Colin as a client on many occasions over the last 15 years and are delighted to form this partnership with Southwood Research.

“In recent years we have seen first-hand the benefits of working closely with clinical research, medical affairs, HEOR, and market access departments to ensure a fully integrated communications programme.

“We believe that our clients will benefit from our combined experience in developing programmes that really add value in today's marketplace.”

Article by
Rebecca Clifford

18th July 2016

From: Marketing



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