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Daily Brief:  Calls for early Brexit deal for science and innovation, Gottlieb threatens to name and shame

Daily Brief:  Calls for early Brexit deal for science and innovation, Gottlieb threatens to name and shame

Gottlieb made his remarks at the meeting held by the Alliance for Health Policy and APCO Worldwide, a public affairs consultancy.

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  • APCO launch Rotary International campaign to eradicate polio

    Public affairs support will cover Europe and Canada. Rotary International has called in APCO Worldwide's UK-based public affairs team to ensure polio eradication remains on the country's political ... APCO's involvement in the project is a new assignment,

  • Europe vs the US

    The Author. Colin Mackay is director of APCO Worldwide's healthcare practice in Brussels.

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  • Interview: Steve Bates, BIA Interview: Steve Bates, BIA

    Career timeline. CEO, BioIndustry  Association, July 2012 - present. Senior Director, APCO Worldwide, January 2012 – July 2012.

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  • New faces at Healthware Group and HRW New faces at Healthware Group and HRW

    In addition to an exemplary academic record, Emma has gathered research experience via internships with the Qualitative Research Team at the Cambridge Institute of Public Health (IPH), APCO Worldwide and Procter

  • APCO Worldwide appoints chair of UK health practice APCO Worldwide appoints chair of UK health practice

    James Tyrrell joins London branch of global comms group. Global communications agency APCO Worldwide has appointed James Tyrrell as director and chair of its UK health practice. ... James Ascheson-Gray, managing director of APCO's London branch, said:

  • Lexington Communications promotes Joanne Bullen Lexington Communications promotes Joanne Bullen

    Bullen brings over 20 years of strategic counsel expertise to the role, and prior to joining Lexington Health served as a senior director at US-based PR firm APCO Worldwide.

  • Emma Eatwell returns to Hanover Emma Eatwell returns to Hanover

    She first joined Hanover in July 2012, following spells at APCO Worldwide and Genzyme, where she spent five years working on pan-European market access campaigns as well as the EU

  • APCO names new chair of healthcare practice APCO names new chair of healthcare practice

    He will also remain a senior director at APCO's New York office, while his predecessor Robert Schooling has become the firm's Americas president. ... APCO's healthcare team boasts amazing, engaged talent and fascinating client work and I am excited about

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