TRAC fields new faces

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TRAC, the Cornish regulatory affairs specialist, has seen its team grow again with the arrival of three new members of staff.

Natalie Grogan, Debbie Finlay and Mike May have joined Camborne-based TRAC, which works with pharmaceutical companies around the world, ensuring they are meeting their regulatory responsibilities when it comes to pharmaceutical manufacturing and marketing.

TRACS L-R: Sarah Trethowan, Mike May, Debbie Finlay, Natalie Grogan and Jonathan Trethowan

Grogan joins TRAC in the role of marketing manager, having relocated from Manchester where she has spent the last seven years in the marketing department of fashion and footwear home retailer JD Williams & Co.

Finlay and May join TRAC to boost the regulatory affairs team, where they will be working on a range of projects for clients across Europe.

After spending 12 years living and working in Boston, USA, Finlay returned to Cornwall in 2005 and graduated from university with a 1st class honours degree in Biological Science in 2009.

May graduated from Indiana State University in 2007 with a BA (Honours) in Liberal Studies before relocating to study at the University of Plymouth where he gained a First Class BSc (Hons) in Human Biosciences.

TRAC Director Sarah Trethowan says she is delighted with the trio of new recruits who bring a broad mix of skills, experience and talent to the team.

“We are delighted to have secured the services of Natalie, Debbie and Mike in the latest part of our development programme. They bring not only experience but also enthusiasm and a real desire to be part of the TRAC success story.”

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