G&L Scientific is delighted to welcome two new graduates to our industry-leading Regulatory Affairs team.
Brooke McCombe and Daniel Healy have joined colleagues in our brand new Belfast Centre of Excellence as Trainee Regulatory Affairs Executives and will work on two major projects.
Over the next 12 months, they will receive training, on-the-job mentoring, and practical advice from one of the most experienced and highly respected regulatory teams in the world as they make the exciting transition to becoming Regulatory Affairs professionals.
The Queen’s University graduates will play integral roles within G&L as they work and learn alongside our extensive network of consultants located in offices across Europe, Asia, the United Kingdom and North America.
Welcoming Brooke and Daniel to the company, Stephen Loughrey, CEO of G&L Scientific, said:
“At G&L, the people we work with our are greatest asset. They are the ones who make a difference for our clients and ensure we remain globally renowned and successful.
“We are delighted to be able to offer our colleagues roles with meaning, real prospects and a proper sense of accomplishment.
“We make no secret of our desire to work only with the best to produce the best results and I am sure Brooke and Daniel will bring enthusiasm, innovative thought and dedication to everything they do with G&L.”
Established in 2016, G&L Scientific is one of the world’s leading Life Sciences Consultancy firms and, as the company continues to grow, currently has roles available across the world.
More details on these opportunities can be found here.
For further information contact:
T: 0203 143 2195
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