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Scope Medical grows UK office

Scope Medical has expanded its UK team with six new recruits: Jenny Chapman, Edward Kitchen, Naomi Thorne, Naomi Marshall, Michael Rowlands and Satinder Lall

Scope Medical has expanded its UK team with six new recruits: Jenny Chapman, Edward Kitchen, Naomi Thorne, Naomi Marshall, Michael Rowlands and Satinder Lall.

Chapman joins as creative artworker. She brings to the role several years' design experience, both in publishing and advertising, where her work has included promotional material for leading brands, such as Renault and Specsavers.

Kitchen joins as project coordinator. Following the successful completion of a BSc in Biomedical Science Physiology at Cardiff University, he went on to work as a sales executive, and now embarks on a new career in medical communications.

Thorne joins the team as project co-ordinator following the completion of her BSc in Biology and MRes in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation, both at Imperial College London.

Marshall takes the position of medical writer. During her 13-year career in academia, she has been involved in a number of research projects in both the UK and US, which have included antigen presentation in immune disease, immune responses in chronic kidney disease, and most recently, the impact of SNPs within osterprotegerin in Paget's disease.

Lall joins as an account executive. She has a BSc in Biomedical Science from the University of Portsmouth, MSc in Neuroscience from Kings College London and is awaiting her PhD viva from Middlesex University.


 

26th September 2011

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