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Mednet Group’s growth spurt

Mednet Group welcomes new employees Mario, Shaun, Rachael and Nisha to the growing Leeds based office.

We are welcoming new faces in the office with Mario, our latest addition to the design team with the role of Junior Designer. Mario has a design-orientated background including a degree in Interactive System and Video Game Design at Bradford University. Mario has worked within the care sector for over three years with a focus on learning difficulties and has a keen interest in mental health.

 “I have joined Mednet Group with ambition of becoming a fully-fledged designer as well as gaining more experience in the mental health field. I have found my colleagues really warm and welcoming and look forward to working with them.”

Shaun has joined the team as an Account Director, having previously worked in the pharmaceutical events industry, Shaun has vast experience in delivering large scale projects around the world for several pharmaceutical and healthcare clients.

“After only joining the company a short while ago it is very clear to see what an enthusiastic, experienced and creative environment I have joined. I’m excited to be part of a great team at Mednet Group and look forward to becoming fully immersed in a wide variety of projects”

Rachael is a great new edition to the Mednet Group, the new Account Executive carries an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science and a research Masters in Translational Oncology. Her interests are in cancer biology and she has experience working as a research technician in the field of malignant haematology. 

“Joining Mednet group has been a great opportunity to work in an area for which I have a genuine interest and passion for in a role which really suits me. I’ve settled in quickly with the team being so friendly and I’m looking forward to getting involved in a range of projects in the field of healthcare and medicine.

We are also excited to welcome Nisha, who has join Mednet Group in the role of Medical Writer. Nisha is an experienced Medical Writer who is extremely passionate about her work and is a great new addition to the Medical Writing team.

 “I am excited to be working with Mednet Group - I love that everyone here is so passionate about their work, how they are changing behaviour and improving patients’ lives!”

If you would like to find out more about how our team can work with you please do not hesitate to contact a member of our team or call us on 0113 386 441.

9th November 2018


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Mednet Group

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