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College Hill Strengthens Life Sciences Team with Appointment of Christelle Kerouedan

College Hill Strengthens Life Sciences Team with Appointment of Christelle Kerouedan

6 February 2012, London, Manchester, Munich, Sydney, Boston, Atlanta: The Life Sciences team of international business communications consultancy, College Hill has announced the appointment of Dr Christelle Kerouedan to the newly created post of Projects Director in the London office. Christelle will take responsibility for the management of design, copywriting and other client projects, as well as support the Life Sciences team in operational management and marketing. Christelle also extends the team’s European language capabilities and will provide support for any French language outreach.

Christelle combines strong communications skills gained in the Life Sciences, Pharmaceuticals and Cleantech sectors, with hands-on entrepreneurial management skills and a deeply rooted science understanding. Following six years in academic research in France and the UK, Christelle gained three years’ experience in communications at Northbank Communications, before leaving to take on the operational management of Hubsphere, a venture-backed company she co-founded. During her four years at Hubsphere she was responsible for finance and operations as well as marketing and communications. Christelle has an MSc in Immunology, Genetics and Molecular Biology, and a PhD in Ophthalmic Immunology from Imperial College. Born in France, she has lived in the UK for more than 14 years and is fluent in both French and English.

Commenting on the appointment, Sue Charles, Managing Partner, Life Sciences said: “Having worked with Christelle at Northbank, I am delighted that she is rejoining our team. She has excellent project management skills and these, together with her science, communications and language skills, will enable us to take another step forward in 2012.”

For further information:
Sue Charles, Managing Partner
UK: +44 (0)20 7457 2020/ +44 (0)7968 726 585
sue.charles [at]

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