News: Tag: Medical communications
Porterhouse Medical Group is delighted to welcome two new members to its growing scientific and medical communications team.
The ASH congress is the most comprehensive haematology event of the year, over 5000 abstracts covering new developments in malignant and non-malignant haematology were presented. Here we focus on two areas of personalised medicine from the oncology setting.
The Porterhouse Medical Group is delighted to welcome Isabel Thomas to our scientific services team.
World AIDS Day aims to not only raise awareness of HIV/AIDS and show support for those living with HIV, but also to tackle the stigma and misconceptions surrounding the condition. One way in which we can try to change how people think about HIV is to dispel the numerous myths surrounding it.
Porterhouse Medical Group is delighted to announce that Dr. Beth Wynne-Evans will be taking on the role of Medical Advisor.
As a busy, fast-paced agency, Porterhouse Medical Group recognises that stress can affect anyone, at any time. With this in mind, we have a number of measures in place to help safeguard the mental and physical health of our valued team.
Part of the Porterhouse Medical Group – a globally-acclaimed scientific and medical communications network – Porterhouse Medical US is celebrating its 1st Birthday this week.
For PANDAS/PANS Awareness Day, we would like to help raise awareness and understanding of these often underdiagnosed diseases.
The Porterhouse Medical Group is delighted to welcome Tony Ferrar to our scientific services team based in Reading.
The Porterhouse team made us proud by ‘wearing jeans to change lives’ on Jeans for Genes Day last Friday.
It is widely believed that obesity is caused by eating too much and moving too little. But, what about those people who can’t lose weight, despite having a healthy diet and doing regular exercise? What if there is something else beyond the ‘obesogenic’ environment?