Announcing a change of leadership at the US Philadelphia office
Research Partnership’s Philadelphia office is announcing a change of leadership from the start of 2020. President Harriet Kozak will be stepping down in order to take retirement at the end of 2019, and will be replaced by Sabera Hyderally, current Director of MedTech, North America, who will take over as the Head of the Philadelphia office from 2nd January 2020.
Mandira Kar joins as Research Director
We are delighted to announce that Mandira Kar has joined Research Partnership as a Qualitative Research Director. Mandira is an expert in ethnography with over 15 years’ experience in market research, and joins us from Ipsos Healthcare Ethnography. She has previously worked in a wide range of research industries including consumer and digital and has experience in many global markets, especially emerging markets, having lived and worked for a number of years in India.
New appointments in our UK headquarters
Research Partnership is delighted to announce new appointments in our UK headquarters. Aiyaz Mohammed joins as Associate Director in Therapy Watch, Tilly Lowkis joins as Business Development Manager and Apriya Rathour joins as Business Development Executive. We also welcomed an intake of 4 new Graduates to the UK office.
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.
RP welcomes graduate intake of Research and Field Graduates
Research Partnership has appointed 6 new research graduates in the UK office for 2019. The talented new recruits come from a range of top universities who have all excelled in their academic studies covering a variety of areas including, Biopharmaceuticals, Biotechnology, Geography, Chemistry, and Biology. They will start on a comprehensive training and development programme, and work alongside our research professionals on ad hoc projects or within our syndicated teams.