ScopeMedical appoints new medical writer and boosts project team

pharmafile | January 12, 2010 | Appointment | Medical Communications ScopeMedical, appointment, medical communications 

ScopeMedical has appointed Matthew Booth as a senior medical writer.

Matt has nearly 10 years of solid experience within academia and the biotech/pharma industry. Prior to his academic and professional career, Matt gained a PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology at Imperial College London.

Also joining the Kent-based agency are Louise Carrington, Henry Snyder and Sarah Wallace, who have all been appointed project coordinators.

Louise recently completed a masters degree in chemistry, as part of which she spent six months in Perth, Australia, carrying out research in the area of computational chemistry.

Henry has recently graduated with a BSc in Medical Physiology at Leicester University, specialising in neurophysiology, cognitive science and the pathogenesis of neurodegenerative diseases.

Sarah has recently graduated with a BSc Hons in Human Sciences and joins ScopeMedical us as part of our graduate scheme.

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