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CSSi Welcomes Rose Hunsicker as New Director of Business Development
Date:11/13/2013

GLEN BURNIE, Md., Nov. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CSSi, the leader in patient enrollment solutions for the clinical research industry, is pleased to announce its recent hire of Rose Hunsicker, who will join the CSSi team as Director of Business Development.   

Rose brings over a decade of experience to her new role at CSSi, where she will be focused on cultivating long-term business relationships with sponsor and CRO clients throughout the United States as well as European markets. She has a history of sales and marketing excellence across a wide range of industries, including pharmaceutical, healthcare information technology, and public relations services.

"I'm very pleased to welcome Rose to our CSSi family," said Chris Trizna, President of CSSi. "Rose brings the business development expertise, forward-thinking approach, and proactive decision-making skills that we need to support CSSi's continued growth in our U.S. and global markets. CSSi continues to be the industry expert, assisting our clients to reach their patient enrollment goals through our proven recruitment strategies and solutions. Her experience working in the pharmaceutical industry allows her to have a unique insight into the needs of our clients and will ensure that they continue to receive the highest level of quality and customer service. Rose will be a great addition to our talented sales team."

About CSSi

CSSi delivers global patient recruitment solutions that ensure successful enrollment, on time, every time. Through its innovative enrollment planning and full-service patient recruitment solutions, CSSi is able to reduce the costs and timelines associated with recruitment of subjects for clinical studies. For more information on CSSi, visit www.CSSiEnroll.com, or contact Jennifer Whitlock at jwhitlock@CSSiEnroll.com or 443-308-5803.

Contact:
Jennifer Whitlock
CSSi
P: 443-308-5803
F: 410-553-0087
Email
www.CSSiEnroll.com

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