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Dr. Amit Dhawan Promoted to Medical Director for The Mattson Jack Group
Date:8/20/2007

SAINT LOUIS, Aug. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The MattsonJack Group, Inc. (MattsonJack), is pleased to announce the promotion of Amit Dhawan M.D., M.B.A., M.P.H. to Medical Director for MattsonJack.

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Dr. Dhawan joined MattsonJack in September 2000 as a consultant and Assistant Medical Director after completing his M.D. and M.B.A. from the University of Missouri -- Kansas City. He subsequently earned an M.H.A. from Washington University School of Medicine.

Dr. Robert Ramsey, Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer for MattsonJack stated, "Amit's breadth and depth of clinical knowledge, combined with his commercial insights and the ability to think outside the box have made him one of MattsonJack's most-requested consultants by our clients. He is well-respected for his expertise in clinical medicine, new product analysis, epidemiology, and market trend forecasting, and can help Senior R&D and Commercial Executives make difficult business decisions."

In addition to his accomplishments at MattsonJack, Dr. Dhawan is also very involved in the greater St. Louis community, serving on the board of Cinema St. Louis, serving as the chairperson for the Artsdesire annual gala at the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis, and serving on the committee for Connect With, the annual Young Professionals Month organized by Focus St. Louis. For both his professional and civic involvements, Dr. Dhawan earned the recognition of St. Louis Business Journal's 30 Under 30 award. Honorees -- all younger than 30 -- are chosen based on their achievements in career and community.

Executive Vice President Jerry Fields commented, "Dr, Dhawan is a highly regarded individual who brings a unique combination of scientific and commercial perspectives together to help solve client problems. Our clients benefit from his exceptional knowl
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