It’s a TRAC hat-trick

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Cornish Regulatory Affairs Consultancy, TRAC Services, has welcomed another three members to its growing team based at the Pool Innovation Centre.

The new recruits follow TRAC’s recent purchase of a professional services automation (PSA) software system supported with £9k from the Business Investment for Growth (BIG) programme.

l-r: Sarah Trethowan, Matthew Cotten, Martijn Haagen, Mary Walsh, Jonathan Trethowan
l-r: Sarah Trethowan, Matthew Cotten, Martijn Haagen, Mary Walsh, Jonathan Trethowan

Mary Walsh, Martijn Haagen and Matthew Cotten have joined TRAC as regulatory affairs consultants to help provide increased support to its global pharmaceutical clients.

Walsh joins the team after recently completing a PhD in Biochemistry from the National University of Ireland in Galway and brings over five years academic work in the field of biochemistry and molecular cell biology.

Haagen joins TRAC after completing a Masters degree in Science and Business Management at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.

Before joining TRAC, Cotten held a number of customer service and sales focussed roles which included providing biological software and services to the pharmaceutical industry.

“I’m delighted to welcome Mary, Martijn and Matthew to the team, they bring a variety of skills and experience which is already having a significant impact on the company,” said company director Jonathan Trethowan.