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McCann Health launch scientific council

The new initiative becomes the first-of-its kind in the healthcare comms industry

McCann HealthMcCann Health, part of McCann Worldgroup, has launched a new scientific council, with approximately 20 of the group’s scientists.

The new offering - called McCann Health Global Scientific Council - will serve as a leadership platform for developing the agency’s connected global scientific community and for building new external relationships.

With this move, McCann Health hopes to take a step forward with its strategy of bringing “world-class, evidence-based science and the highest possible standards of authenticity in scientific exchange to pharma and healthcare clients, the medical community and scientists in government organisations and institutions”.

John Cahill, global chief executive officer, McCann Health, said: “The formation of the McCann Health Global Scientific Council is particularly exciting for me personally.

“Not only does it enable McCann Health to make a real and tangible difference in the key areas of need in medical science and bring added value to clients, it provides a platform for our scientists to have a meaningful voice in the global science and health debate.”

McCann Health’s new scientific council will be led by Charlie Buckwell, Daniel Carucci and Alice Choi.

Article by
Gemma Jones

24th April 2018

From: Marketing

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