January 25, 2016 | News

New Director of Client Development Hired for North East Region Opportunities

Pat Farrell is a proven catalyst for driving innovation and strategic initiatives

ROANOKE, Va. (January 25, 2016) CMR Institutethe leading provider of non-brand related education for biopharmaceutical, medical device & diagnostics (MD&D), and related life science industriesis pleased to announce that Pat Farrell has joined its team as the Director of Client Development.

Ms. Farrell brings an extensive background in consumer health sales and has worked with top life sciences companies throughout her career. In her most recent position previous to joining CMR Institute, Ms. Farrell was the director of Strategic Accounts, for Everyday Health/ Her experience will be valuable as she is consulting with clients to understand business needs and recommend training solutions.

“We are pleased to add Pat to our client solutions team,” says Sharon Lustig, Executive Director, Client Solutions. “Her passion for improving employee performance and helping to enhance the patient experience through professional development and training will be a great asset to our organization, as well as our expanding client base.”

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About CMR Institute
CMR Institute is the leading independent provider of non-brand related training resources for the biopharmaceutical and medical device industries and has educated more than 150,000 professionals. Our training resources are created in partnership with leading academic experts and distinguished healthcare executives—to empower our clients and their commercial teams to achieve sustained success with applicable, actionable knowledge. CMR Institute’s not-for-profit status allows it to re-invest its resources into its educational content—continually evaluating and updating resources based on ongoing expert input, industry insights, and marketplace changes. CMR Institute’s commitment to training excellence ensures our clients are always ready to face the next marketplace challenge and successfully demonstrate their value-proposition. To learn more, visit

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