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emotive. grows medical writing capacity

Two new experienced medical writers join the medical writing team at emotive.



Following a series of highly successful global scientific communications and medical education programs, two new medical writers with a strong scientific heritage join emotive. to support the existing medical team.  

Dr Silvana Bardelli, who has a PhD in human molecular genetics from the Human Molecular Genetics Unit, University of Insurbia, Varese in Italy joins emotive. as a senior medical writer.
 

Silvana completed her post-doctoral training at Harvard Medical School, and has spent over 7 years working across a broad variety of research, regulatory, quality assurance, and medical writing roles at scientific institutions across the globe, including Singapore, Switzerland, London, Belgium, USA, and Italy.  

Dr Ann Gilliat, who has a PhD in the biology of ageing from the Institute of Healthy Ageing, University College London, joins emotive. as an associate medical writer.
 

Ann has significant experience in clinical research, having published a number of clinical papers over the last 3 years and has been involved in various activities to raise awareness of her work in ageing, including the ‘Biorevolution’ exhibit at the Science Museum, and an appearance on the BBC television program ‘Bang goes the theory’.  

Dr Gill Boucher, Medical Director
at emotive. commented “As we continue to deliver ever more scientific engagement activities for our medical clients around the world, this is an excellent time to have experienced medical writers join our growing team here at emotive. We are an agency with a very strong heritage in the flawless delivery of complex science to multiple stakeholder groups, and with the arrival of Silvana & Ann, we look forward to further strengthening the level of excellence that we offer all of our clients.”
 

To learn more about our emotive. lab methodology, and how it can help facilitate behaviour change through deeper engagement, please email Adam Boucher (adam@thinkemotive.com) or call +44 (0) 207 148 0408.
 

To learn more about our talent and graduate programs, and what makes emotive. the right place to further a career in healthcare communications, please email Adela Zafar (adela@thinkemotive.com) or call +44 (0) 207 148 0408.
     

16th October 2017

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