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Evolution Marketing Research Grows its Practice with Addition of Three Key Industry Professionals
Date:4/15/2013

BLUE BELL, Pa., April 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Evolution Marketing Research, a leading supplier of insights and intelligence to the healthcare industry, recently welcomed three new industry professionals. Ian Fureman joins as Director, Research; Leigh McCullough as Associate Methodologist; and Shannon Sesa as Field Coordinator.

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Fureman brings to Evolution more than 14 years of experience in qualitative market research, primarily with clients from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. His comprehensive responsibilities as part of more than 250 qualitative market research projects have included proposal development, project management, moderation, analysis, and reporting. He has significant expertise discussing complicated therapeutic areas with physician specialty groups. 

"With numerous marketing research projects underway and our unique services areas continuing to evolve, we believe Ian's extensive experience in our industry will enable us to deliver an even higher level of specialized service to our clients," said James E. Heasley II , Ph.D., Evolution Principal.

Most recently a principal at Integrated Marketing Associates, Fureman's career includes work within academic and non-profit settings, where he managed qualitative and quantitative research, produced ethnographic and educational videotapes, and conducted interviewer training programs. Earlier in his career, Fureman supported research and training initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania Psychiatry Department. He received his B.S. from Millersville University, and his M.A. from the University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Com
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