Therapy Watch appoints new Associate Director
Research Partnership is delighted to welcome Mark Hollis who has joined the Therapy Watch team in London.
Mark has 8 years’ experience in syndicated healthcare, and previously worked in the Market Prognosis team at IQVIA (IMS Health), where he led field work, analytics, forecasting and report writing for the Middle East and North Africa region.
Sabera Hyderally appointed Head of MedTech North America
Research Partnership is delighted to welcome Sabera Hyderally who has joined the company’s US headquarters in Philadelphia.
Sabera has over 20 years’ experience in market research, specifically on the agency side. Most recently she was at Lieberman where for the last 7 years she held the position of Executive Vice President of Health.
Dan Coffin joins London Headquarters as Director
Research Partnership is delighted to welcome Dan Coffin who has joined the company’s global head office in London
Dan Coffin joins Research Partnership as Director for the EU region. Dan has over 18 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical sector, with particular interest in digital therapy and the growing health-tech arena. Dan brings experience from the agency side, strengthened by client-side roles at Roche and Johnson & Johnson. Most recently, Dan was employed at Illuminas where he established and ran their healthcare market research arm. He is an active industry contributor and has been a BHBIA Board director since 2013.
Research Partnership and Janssen are 2017-18 BOBI Awards finalists
We are delighted to announce that an entry submitted by Research Partnership with Janssen has been selected as a finalist in the Best Business Impact category at this year’s BOBI (Best of Business Intelligence) Awards for our combined work in helping to reverse the fortunes of one of their established products, which up until recently had been suffering from declining market growth in the UK.
Research conducted by Research Partnership published in leading medical journal
Findings from a study conducted by Research Partnership have recently been published in the ‘Supportive Care in Cancer’ journal
Commissioned by Mundipharma, the paper is titled ‘Patient and oncologist perceptions regarding symptoms and impact on quality-of-life of oral mucositis in cancer treatment: results from the Awareness Drives Oral Mucositis PercepTion (ADOPT) study’. The aim of the research was to assess the level of concordance between the perspectives of oncologists and those of patients regarding oral mucositis (OM) symptoms, and the impact of OM on various aspects of daily living and concurrent cancer management.