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New appointments announced across Research Partnership’s global offices

We are delighted to welcome Marianne Jaeger as Associate Director to our London headquarters

Dr. Marianne Jaeger joins Research Partnership’s global quantitative team as Associate Director. Marianne has over 15 years’ experience in healthcare marketing research. She has extensive experience in a variety of therapy areas including oncology, diabetes, autoimmune disorders, CNS, women’s health and cardiovascular disease. Having previously worked for Lifescience, Dynamics, Biovid and in academia, Marianne has gained expertise in a wide range of quantitative methods, including segmentation and trade-off methodologies.

Our UK office also welcomes five other new joiners: Cati Iovan, Sarah Rowland, Ilaria Landino, Ryan Salton and Lauren Poole. In our Philadelphia office we welcome Renata Cacciatore as Senior Research Executive and Ben Speizer as Research Executive.

Find out more:
http://www.researchpartnership.com/news/2016/01/new-appointments-announced-across-research-partnersh...





9th February 2016

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