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Lucid Group bolster its talent with a further twelve new starters for 2021

As if welcoming eight new graduates was not enough to bring some excitement to the start of the new year, Lucid Group has also welcomed a further twelve new employees this week.

This impressive tally includes, three new team members joining its finance department: Marina Roblett, Lori Bors and Kim Clarke.

Lucid welcomed the remaining nine new starters into its client services and medical writing teams, with four people joining its HealthCare21 team: Alicja Partridge joins as a new Trainee Medical Writer, Palvinder Basra joins as an Account Manager and Anneka Watts and Kirsty Henson start their career at Lucid Group as Senior Account Executives.

Eda Aksoy and Naomi Stanhope join Lucid’s team Unity as new Account Executives with Victoria Lawson as Scientific Director – bolstering Lucid’s scientific leadership. Victoria commented:

“I was attracted to Lucid because of their intelligent approach to producing the best solution for each client, and I’m really looking forward to supporting my team to do even more to bridge the gap between data and patient outcomes.”

Finally, Lucid also welcomed Jennifer Straiton and Holly Gillman, who join Lucid’s team Chromis, as a Medical Writer and an Account Executive, respectively.

It’s brilliant to see such a wealth of new talent joining across the Group, what a way to start the new year!

We're always looking for talented people in client services and medical writing. So, if you're looking to kickstart your career in 2021 with some magic and purpose underpinned by transforming lives get in touch.

Contact Daniel Newbury, Vinesh Thakkar or Lucinda Fowkes for a chat.

15th January 2021

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