Monday 10 May to Wednesday 12 May A focus of the 2021 Clinical Data Disclosure, Transparency and Plain Language Summaries virtual conference was on the forthcoming implementation of the EU Clinical Trial Regulation (EU CTR) and the launch of the Clinical Trial Information Service (CTIS). However, the important role of different forms of plain language […]
What a night! A huge thank you to the #CXHealth Communiqué Awards team for such a fantastic event. Truly a highlight of the #Healthcare communications industry calendar. It was a pleasure to sponsor three of the categories, and we’re delighted to come away as winners as well! https://t.co/S4fBVrXfsj
We’re proud to be named Medical Affairs Agency of the Year at last night’s #CXHealth Awards! It’s a testament to the fantastic work our colleagues put in every day, keeping us at the forefront of #HealthScience communications. Read more about the awards: https://t.co/ZmZuAJU66A https://t.co/54xxuqfRnk
-He was a surgeon’s apprentice for 7 years from the age of 14 -He postulated that pus in cowpox blisters helped to protect milkmaids from smallpox -He was the first person to study vaccination with scientific rigour Our #HealthScienceHero this week is Edward Jenner (1749–1823)! https://t.co/QR9ssE1Wie
Want a career where you can use your relationship management skills? Many of our #MedComms roles offer the opportunity to work with diverse clients, who span multiple therapy areas and geographies. Register for our Career Discovery Days to find out more. https://t.co/fYqenwJA2J https://t.co/fJymCxeLrU
Through our work with African Hospital Libraries, we’re proud to sponsor Alex B Marrah for the next 12 months. Alex is Library Administrator at Bo Government Hospital, Sierra Leone. He's popular, ambitious and hugely proactive in this role. We wish him a successful year! https://t.co/fs9ve4k1zf
Sign up to our free Career Discovery Days and you'll: - learn about us, our values and how we're making a difference - get an overview of the #MedComms industry and the different career paths you could take - gain an insight into the breadth of our work! https://t.co/fYqenx1brj https://t.co/qmvrO99i5b
We love to see colleagues grow within their roles. Here’s Lottie – in a film from 8 years ago – who this year celebrates 10 years with us. She adds, 'I feel fortunate to have always been in a position where I love my job.' We are just as lucky to have Lottie on board!🙂 https://t.co/KWJZC3qw0e
Have you signed up for our Career Discovery Days yet? Remember: the first 150 people to sign up will receive a mystery gift. *Cue dramatic music.* If you'd like to get the inside track on medical communications AND a joyful surprise, sign up now! https://t.co/fYqenx1brj #medcomms https://t.co/JbkHtHKdRf
24 September 2021
Career Discovery Days: become the real you
A career in medical communications means you can look forward to an exciting and rewarding future. As a leading, independent, award-winning company, Oxford PharmaGenesis is growing fast - and we're looking for top talent to grow with us.
Kidney disease consensus manuscript published: highlights the need to improve awareness of racial health disparities
Oxford PharmaGenesis is delighted to have supported the publication of a Delphi consensus manuscript in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. The publication highlights the need to increase awareness among key stakeholders of racial health disparities in kidney disease and of APOL1-associated nephropathy.
Oxford PharmaGenesis has made its first appointments to the new role of Director of Innovation, created specifically to support teams across the global organization in utilizing new and emerging technology to support their clients’ unmet needs.
Support for colleagues earns Oxford PharmaGenesis a Great Place to Work® Excellence in Wellbeing 2021‒2022 award
Oxford PharmaGenesis has been designated a centre of Excellence in Wellbeing this year by Great Place to Work®. The accolade recognizes organizations with excellent well-being practices and is a welcome acknowledgement of our increasing efforts to foster a culture of openness, empowerment and support in the workplace.
Richard White, COO of Oxford PharmaGenesis, was a panellist at the recent virtual workshop on ‘Artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate discovery’, hosted by the Friends of the National Library of Medicine (FNLM) and sponsored by Oxford PharmaGenesis. He discussed emerging trends in the use of AI by the pharmaceutical industry, with a focus on how […]
Oxford PharmaGenesis has been recognized across offices worldwide with an internationally renowned UK Best WorkplacesTM award. The accreditation is thanks to colleagues who rated the leading independent HealthScience communications consultancy as ‘a great place to work’ in the Great Place to Work® 2021 survey.