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Teckro appoints Dana Poff as COO

She joins the Irish group from ICON

Dana PoffLife sciences technology group, Teckro, has appointed Dana Poff as chief operating officer, following her 28-years experience in healthcare and clinical research.

She said: “I am excited to be part of an organisation focused on simplifying the approach to conducting clinical trials and reducing the burden on sites and patients.

“I look forward to helping Teckro continue to build upon its significant clinical expertise that allows it to be a market leader in this space.”

Poff joins the Limerick, Ireland-based group from ICON, a clinical research organisation, where she held leadership roles in clinical operations, project management and alliance management.

Gary Hughes, co-founder and CEO at Teckro, said: “Dana’s knowledge and experience of managing global clinical trials is matched only by her energy and passion for making things better.

“She is a key addition to our leadership team and will have a big part to play in delivering solutions to our clients, global research sites and patients.”

2nd October 2017

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