New recruits expand Ipsos Health

Ipsos Health hired nine researchers to support North American operations, including seven US- and two Canada-based staffers.
Among those joining ranks in the US were three new senior research managers: Pauline Minch, who was a senior research manager for marketRx; Sandra Weber, previously a consulting analyst with IMS Health; and Amy Moses, who brings 10 years of market research experience. Four research associates have also come on board stateside. Two more research associates are based in Toronto, fortifying Ipsos Health's Canadian team.
Fred LaManna, SVP with Ipsos Health, said the company has aimed to reshape its service offering to bring greater value to pharmaceutical clients during this time of extraordinary change.
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