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John Czekanski leaves Fishawack, dna adds to team and Porterhouse announces promotions

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John Czekanski leaves Fishawack

John Czekanski

As part of its structure development, Fishawack’s global commercial head, John Czekanski has decided to leave the group.

The group said Czekanski’s decision to depart was both “mutual” and “amicable” and he will leave the business on 12 September.

During his time at Fishawack, Czekanski played a role in the integration of JK Associates, where he was chief executive before moving to Fishawack.


dna Communications appoints Jade Seidman

Jade Seidman

Medical education group dna Communicatins has added to its team in the form of Jade Seidman, who joins as its new medical writer.

Seidman was most recently an associate project manager at Synergy Medical and prior to that she was a production editor at Springer Nature.


Porterhouse Medical announces promotions and new team member

Medical communications firm Porterhouse Medical has announced two team member promotions.

Rebecca Thomas

Rebecca Thomas (pictured above) is promoted to an account manager following her work in delivering a series of events and projects.

Meanwhile, Beth Wynne-Evans has been promoted to a medical writer after her first year based in the group’s scientific services team.

Taking up a new role at Porterhouse Medical however, is Devdutt Sharma (pictured below), who joins as the group’s new associate medical writer.

Devdutt Sharma

Sharma has more than five years of scientific experience in an academic environment and has a PhD in molecular cell biology.

Article by
Gemma Jones

22nd August 2018

From: Marketing

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