Research Partnership announces several new appointments
Research Partnership is delighted to welcome Anne Cunningham and Morten Andersen and announce that Sue Rees has joined our specialist Emerging Markets team.
Anne Cunningham has joined Research Partnership’s European team as a Director at the company’s global head office in London. Anne has over 27 years’ of practise in the pharmaceutical industry and brings with her extensive and wide ranging experience from roles in both client companies and agencies. Most recently, Anne was Customer Insights Partner at AbbVie where she was responsible for leading an integrated programme of analytics, market research and insight generation to support AbbVie’s rheumatology brands. Prior to this she was Research Director at Cello Health Insight.
PMRC San Francisco 2017
We are delighted to be exhibiting and presenting a paper at the Pharmaceutical Market Research Conference 13-14 June in Bay Area, San Francisco.
Representing Research Partnership at the event are Director Tom Winter and Research Manager Will Simpson. Tom will be presenting the paper ‘Patient Centricity: Keeping Patients at the Forefront’ from 11:15am – 11:55am on Wednesday 14th June.
EphMRA Pharmaceutical Market Research Conference 2017
Visit us on stand number 14
We are delighted to be exhibiting and presenting at the EphMRA Annual Conference in Amsterdam, on 20-22 June. Representing Research Partnership at the event are Director Richard Head, Research Director Jennifer Redfearn and Associate Director An-hwa Lee.
Richard Head nominated for EphMRA Award
We are delighted to announce that Research Partnership’s Director Richard Head has been nominated for The EphMRA President’s Award for Contribution to Pharmaceutical Market Research.
According to EphMRA, Richard has been nominated because he has been a long-standing supportive member of the Board who is always happy to volunteer and share his experiences. In 2012 Richard’s colleague Director Angela Duffy was also nominated and was awarded Runner-up.
Research Partnership launches new patient Living With Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) report
Research Partnership launches new patient report - Living With Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)
Living with Non-alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) is a study conducted amongst 100 adults with NASH in the US. The study employs a mixed quantitative/qualitative methodology and will be available to purchase summer 2017.