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    The event was a great success again - an enthusiastic audience of post-docs and final year DPhil students from the biomedical sciences departments within and around Oxford and other Universities, met with a number medical writing and communications professionals for a highly engaging session which presented medical writing as an attractive career option.

    We explained how areas of the UK such as Oxfordshire, London and Cheshire are home to numerous leading medical communications agencies that serve the global pharmaceutical industry... and they’re crying out for good medical writers!

    These agencies are looking for individuals with:

  • a doctorate in a bioscience subject, ideally post-doctoral research experience
  • a genuine enthusiasm for science and its application to the world of medicine
  • a flair for writing about science and medicine
  • the ability to work independently within a small-team environment.

    Medical writing can literally take you all over the world and provides attractive long-term career pathways.


    11.00 Coffee and exhibition
    11.30 Introduction by Professor Edith Sim, Department of Pharmacology and presentations by:

  • Dave Cornick, PAREXEL MedCom
    The agency perspective, what we do, how we do it, what we look for in a new medical writer, and the training and career opportunities ahead.
  • Dr Annick Moon, Freelance Writer
    From academia to medical writer
  • Jane Fraser, Jane Fraser Associates
    How to spot a good medical writer at 50 paces.

    13.00-15.00 Lunch and informal discussion with senior editorial and writing staff from additional leading medical communications agencies: 7.4 Bioscience, Choice Pharma, Insight Medical Writing, KnowledgePoint360 Group, Nucleus Holdings and Oxford PharmaGenesis. We were also joined by medical communications recruitment specialists from Zenopa and Representatives from EMWA (European Medical Writers Association).

    If you have any questions following the event please email Peter Llewellyn.


    Are you interested in a career in medical communications? Download a free careers guide, check out details of future and past events, sign up for an email alert... Learn more here.

    7.4 Bioscience
    7.4 Bioscience

    Choice Pharma
    Choice Pharma

    EMWA (European Medical Writers Association)

    Insight Medical Writing
    Insight Medical Writing

    KnowledgePoint360 Group
    KnowledgePoint360 Group

    Nucleus Holdings
    Nucleus Holdings

    Oxford PharmaGenesis
    Oxford PharmaGenesis

    PAREXEL MedCom
    PAREXEL MedCom


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