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  • Posted by Harriet Kozak
  • September 16, 2019
  • News

Emily Hoffman selected for the Intellus Worldwide Board

Emily Hoffman selected for the Intellus Worldwide Board

We're pleased to announce that Associate Director Emily Hoffman has been selected for a two-year position as the Young Professional Board Member on the Intellus Board of Directors.

Their mission is to grow a community of Young Professionals (YP) to be skillfully involved in Intellus Worldwide membership activities and provide input for organizational strategies and tactics.

Emily has over 8 years’ experience in healthcare market research, having joined Research Partnership through the Graduate scheme in 2011. Based in our Philadelphia office, Emily’s expertise lies in a range of therapeutic areas, including rare diseases, oncology and device research. She represented the company at this year’s Intellus Conference in Philadelphia.

Commenting on her new position, Emily said, “I am delighted to have been selected and to represent Research Partnership. A key objective for Intellus is gaining interest and participation from young professionals, which will positively impact the industry and is something I am very passionate about. I look forward to working with my fellow board members on this exciting initiative. “

Harriet Kozak, Research Partnership, US President, added “It’s essential for us within the industry to support and encourage young, growing talent, and likewise committees such as YP. They provide a fantastic opportunity to ensure that we continuously develop and improve the skills of up and coming market researchers, so that the industry can continue to deliver high quality research and insights.”

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