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inScience Communications is dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of accuracy, clarity and ethical practice while demonstrating the value of science and medicine on a global and regional level.
With a history in scientific medical communications of over 30 years, our team has the knowledge and background to provide you with solutions to all your communication needs.
In an environment where scrutiny is ever-increasing, inScience Communications successfully delivers unique healthcare communications solutions with a level of expertise to match.
Our success is driven by talented individuals – we understand that the people who are committed to your account make all the difference.
Mark Davies is the Scientific Services Director for the London, UK office of inScience Communications, overseeing all projects, supporting the project teams and ensuring quality. Mark has a BSc in Pharmacy from Aston University, Birmingham, UK and a PhD in tumour immunology from the University of Nottingham, UK. Mark also served as a post-doctoral research scientist at the University of London and the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust. Mark has worked in medical communications for more than 10 years, joining inScience Communications in 2006.
Paul is a Business Development Director for inScience Communications. He studied Chemistry at Balliol College, Oxford and has a BSc Eng Hons degree from Imperial College, London. He has 25 years pharmaceutical industry experience having worked for 19 years in ICI/Zeneca/AstraZeneca with roles moving from IT to primary care sales, specialist product sales, sales productivity team, marketing manager in emerging markets plus territory manager, regional marketing manager in AsiaPacific and finally global professional relations manager.
Melanie has a BA (Hons) in marketing and business and has worked in medical communications for over 9 years. She joined inScience Communications in 2008. Melanie has extensive experience of project management of large accounts in various therapeutic areas including women’s health, men’s health, oncology, anti-infectives and metabolic disease.
Michael is an Account Director for inScience Communications. Michael has an extensive background in medical communications and education (10 years). He has been in project and account management roles for over 15 years, with experience of developing, managing and delivering Global and European pre- and post-launch strategic communication initiatives involving a high level of client and KOL liaison.
Andrew is responsible for leading a number of project teams and ensuring quality. He has over 15 years’ experience in medical communications following on from a 15 year career as a team leader in drug discovery in the pharmaceutical industry.
Andrew has considerable experience in publication planning, value demonstration and market access strategy for products in a variety of therapy areas. He has a BSc in Biochemistry and a Ph.D. in Pharmacology.
Amy graduated from the University of Sheffield in 2001 with a BSc in Pharmacology and she has 12 years’ experience in the publishing/medical communications industry. Prior to joining inScience Communications, Amy worked as a Senior Editorial Office Coordinator at Blackwell Publishing, where she managed journal editorial offices and in-house editorial assistants. Previously, she worked as a Commissioning Editor at Ashley Publications.
Christopher Radel is the Scientific Services Director for the US office of inScience Communications. Chris earned a BS in Chemical Engineering from Virginia Tech, a MS in Biomedical Engineering from Vanderbilt University, and MS and PhD degrees in Physiology from Albany Medical College. In addition, Chris served as a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania. Chris has been a scientific writer for over 15 years, joining inScience Communications 7 years ago. He is an active member of ISMPP and maintains a CMPP designation.
Bryce is Vice President of Global Medical Communications and is responsible overall for inScience Communications strategic medical communications business. Bryce has 25 years’ experience in CRO, pharmaceutical company and medical publishing and communications in both the UK and USA. Bryce has a BSc (Hons) in Genetics and Cell Biology from Manchester University.
Philly’s role is to lead the account team including overseeing all aspects of project management from brief to final delivery along with financial management and being the main point of contact for client liaison. Philly's experience includes:
Rachel is the US Client Services Director for inScience Communications and has a Masters in Marketing and Event Management. Rachel has over 15 years’ experience in medical communications ranging from publication planning through to events and digital solutions, across many different therapeutic areas. As Client Services Director, Rachel is responsible for leading the client services team by providing strategic direction across the business, aligning appropriate resources to various programs and ensuring that all deliverables are of the highest quality, delivered on time, on budget and to project specifications.
Deborah is a highly competent account manager with over 7 years of experience in the publications and pharmaceutical industries. Since joining inScience Communications Deborah has gained a wealth of knowledge working across a variety of significant accounts. Her skills include managing multiple projects from their initial inception through to final delivery with a focus on clear and efficient client communication. She is proficient in complex financial management and logistical coordination and has successfully managed and delivered European and international meetings including advisory boards, symposia and investigator meetings.
Amanda has experience in medical communications across multiple therapeutic areas. She earned a BA in Neuroscience from the University of Delaware and a PhD in Neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, Amanda served as a postdoctoral research scientist at the University of Pennsylvania and Thomas Jefferson University. Amanda has worked in medical communications for 3 years, joining inScience Communications in 2014.
With over 15 years of experience, Michelle earned a BS in Pharmacy from Long Island University-Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and an MD from Howard University. Michelle completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago and is a licensed physician, board certified in Internal Medicine. Prior to this role, Michelle was Director of Medical Information for the Oncology/Immunology franchise at Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Matthew graduated in 2009 from the University of Wales, Bangor with a BSc in Zoology and has 4 years’ experience in the publishing/medical communications industry.
Matthew has experience in creating, revising and reviewing copy across a range of medical communications activities, from scientific publications and presentations to marketing-based pieces. In additon he has extensive experience in providing onsite support at a number of congresses, advisory boards and summits.
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