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Healthcare Research Worldwide Expands US and UK Teams

September 6 2017

Healthcare Research Worldwide (HRW) has added four new members of staff to its global management team.

Paul Boyce, Lisa Logan, Yuliya Fontanetti and Katie OldingHRW is headquartered in Wallingford, Oxfordshire and is part of consumer research company the MMR Group.

Paul Boyce joins the Manhattan office as Vice President, having previously served as VP of GfK Healthcare and Ipsos Healthcare. In his new role, Boyce will help drive the planned expansion of the HRW US office and create new business opportunities. Lisa Logan also joins the Manhattan office as Associate Vice President, expanding the Oncology Insights team. She gained much of her experience at TPSI and MESH Planning, where she managed business development and brand communications across qual and quant research.

In the London office, Yuliya Fontanetti takes up the newly created role of Head of Operations. She has an extensive background in healthcare market research, having spent the first ten years of her career at Cello, before joining Kantar where she latterly served as Survey Management Director. Katie Olding becomes Global Human Resources Manager based in the Wallingford office, where she will focus on staff development, progression and recognition. Most recently, she worked for CAE Oxford Aviation Academy as HR Business Partner, before which she ran her own HR consultancy, and held HR roles at Vodafone and the PDSA.

Commenting on the appointments, Deputy MD Jeanette Kaye said: 'These important additions to our company will help us keep expanding our creative solutions, meeting and exceeding our customers' expectations whilst maintaining and celebrating everything that sits at the core of HRW to make us competitive'.

Web site: www.hrwhealthcare.com .

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