News: Press releases
Once again, we have strengthened our scientific services team – this time with three new associate medical writers who, with different scientific backgrounds, bring new perspectives and insights to the company.
At Porterhouse Medical, we are very proud of our hard-working teams and are always delighted to recognise career progression within the agency. With this in mind, we are thrilled to announce the following developments within our scientific services department in March.
Porterhouse Medical is thrilled to announce that excellent teamwork has led to two further promotions within our scientific and client services teams this month
As part of our mission to help improve people’s lives, each year Porterhouse Medical selects a local charity partner to support . Read about our work with our charity partners from 2018 and our new charity for 2019.
Porterhouse Medical is delighted to welcome Andrew Kemp to our expanding creative team.
Porterhouse Medical is looking forward to participating in the ISMPP EU meeting in London tomorrow.
Porterhouse Medical Group is delighted to welcome two new members to its growing scientific and medical communications team.
Porterhouse Medical is delighted to announce the promotion of Amanda Hyne to senior medical writer within our scientific services team.
The Porterhouse Medical Group is delighted to welcome Isabel Thomas to our scientific services team.
Strategic scientific and medical communications agency, Porterhouse Medical Group, is celebrating the first birthday of Porterhouse Insights, its global research, insight and evidence consultancy.
Porterhouse Medical Group is delighted to announce that Dr. Beth Wynne-Evans will be taking on the role of Medical Advisor.
November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, with World Pancreatic Cancer Day held last week. To mark this event in previous years, our team have dressed in purple, but this year we joined in with the #turnitpurple campaign, decorating the Porterhouse Medical offices in purple to help raise awareness of this disease.