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Premier research: new executive director

Premier Research Group has appointed Bernard Sweeney as executive director of medical devices

Premier Research Group, the international pharmaceutical and medical device services company, has appointed Bernard Sweeney as executive director of medical devices. Sweeney will play a leading role in the operations, strategic planning, and corporate development of the medical device portfolio. He will be based in the company's Swiss office.

Sweeney has more than 20 years experience in medical device research and development, during which time he has supervised clinical trials leading to the market approval of more than 20 new products. He joins from the British Standards Institute (BSi) where he had been the director of healthcare responsible for providing global regulatory approvals leading to market access for medical device companies across the world.

Chris Nowell, vice president, International Clinical Trial Management, said: "As we continue to expand our presence within the medical device market, Sweeney's substantial clinical and management expertise will be beneficial in continuing to establish Premier Research as the industry leader."

27th October 2009

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