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Trio of new starters for Wave

Lucy Noble, Ella Withey and Maria Cain join the UK med ed agency

Wave Lucy Noble Ella Withey Maria Cain
Pictured from left: Lucy Noble, Ella Withey and Maria Cain

UK medical education company Wave has boosted its editorial and programme delivery teams with three new appointments.

Maria Cain joins the Buckingshire-based agency as a senior programme manager, bringing a wealth of experience as an account/project director in medical education.

Wave has appointed Ella Withey as an editorial assistant, with 18 months experience in the medical education, health and PR world.

The trio of new appointees is completed by Lucy Noble, who also arrives to take up an editorial assistant role, having previously gained experience as an associate medical writer.

Roderick Ball, co-owner and director of Wave, said: “As Wave continues to grow I am delighted to have Maria, Ella and Lucy bring their programme management and editorial experience to us at this very exciting time for us”.

15th February 2018

From: Marketing

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