Head of Resourcing
Cara is the longest serving member of the team and heads the resourcing and researcher teams. She has been with Morgan Prestwich since its inception and has been pivotal in helping to grow the business to where it is today. Cara has a real passion for Clinical Development, Medical Affairs and Commercial projects, she has single handedly built a large number of biopharmaceutical clients launch teams in Europe. Cara has a BA Hons in Primary Education and recently completed her CIPD qualification in HR Management.
Away from the office, Cara is married to Stuart and were delighted to announce the birth of their first child in December 2017.
Delivering ground breaking medical innovation to a patient’s bedside relies on the expertise of professionals in Leadership, Product Launch, Market Access, Marketing and Sales, and these are core to our heritage. Led by our client Partner, Mark Budd, and supported closely by CEO, Greg Bell, our commercialisation practice has extensive global networks which deliver an A Class team alongside your A Class medicine.
Our clients are focused on leading edge scientific innovation, making Medical and Medical Affairs a pivotal function. Simon Felton, one of the sector’s most knowledgeable and experienced consultants, leads this practice. Simon, together with his team, can build a client’s entire medical function across Europe and North America, from global and above-country senior leadership through to in-country affiliate build out. Our multilingual team of experts work on business-critical projects from Chief Medical Officer recruitment through to building entire teams of MSLs.
Led by our Client Partner, Georgia Attwood, the clinical development team support clients from Pre-Clinical through clinical phases I to III. We strengthen Boards and Leadership teams to develop their science in preparation for commercialisation or acquisition. We work with true start-up Biotech companies in rare, orphan, and speciality diseases, where science can have a real impact on patient lives.