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Metrics Appoints BD Manager

June 23, 2014

Savage lead business development opportunities for Southeast region

Natasha Savage has been appointed to lead business development and account management activities for Metrics Inc.’s Southeastern clients, and will work to identify and expand new business opportunities.  
Ms. Savage has 15 years of experience in the pharma industry, including working as an analytical chemist for Metrics. Most recently, she served as director of business development for Intertek’s Pharmaceutical Services division, and held in business development roles at Piramal and Celsis.
“Natasha made a significant impact and impression during her time at Metrics, so we are excited to have her back,” said Tom Salus, director of sales. “With her analytical chemistry background and knowledge of pharmaceutical development, Natasha thoroughly understands what support our clients need and how Metrics can best help them. We welcome her return to our team.”

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