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PAREXEL Appoints Leading Biopharmaceutical Marketing Expert Jacque Fisher to Medical Communications Services Executive Team
Date:3/12/2008

ons experts to help clients create customized, powerful, ongoing communications from Phase II through post-launch."

Prior to joining PAREXEL, Ms. Fisher was President of Gardiner-Caldwell U.S., a former business unit of Thomson Healthcare. Before leading the U.S. business unit, she was a Business Unit Manager within Thomson Healthcare's medical communications group based in the U.K. Previously, Ms. Fisher held senior-level positions at Page & Moy Marketing in the U.K. She has extensive experience working on a variety of medical education and communications programs, involving content development and message delivery, for large, mid- size, and small and emerging biopharmaceutical companies, across a broad range of therapeutic areas, including oncology, neurology, HIV, psychiatry and dermatology. Ms. Fisher holds a Bachelor's degree from University College London.

PAREXEL's Medical Communications Services provides integrated medical communications that help accelerate product adoption and professional recommendations. Services include medical writing, publication planning, meetings and exhibits, key opinion leader (KOL) development, e-communications, clinical communications, competitive insights, market and patient access, and reimbursement services.

About PAREXEL International

PAREXEL International Corporation is a leading global biopharmaceutical services organization, providing a broad range of knowledge-based contract research, medical communications and consulting services to the worldwide pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device industries. Committed to providing solutions that expedite time-to-market and peak-market penetration, PAREXEL has developed significant expertise across the development and commercialization continuum, from drug development and regulatory consulting to clinical pharmacology, clinical trials management, medical education and reimbursement. Perceptive Informatics, Inc., a subsidiary of PAREXEL, provides
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