Inquisitive problem solvers. Passionate creators. Driven to get the right therapies in the right hands.

We live by a simple belief: that the scientific story is the foundation of every pharmaceutical brand. That’s why we invest heavily in team members who know the science—and who are committed to precision, superior results, and relationships that transcend brands and companies.

Jeff Paolini, Digital Content Strategist at PRECISIONscientia, smiling with his hands clasped

We obsess about
flawless execution

We’re a company of perfectionists, determined to stay a step ahead, produce great work, and exceed expectations.

We innovate with purpose

We treat every challenge uniquely, harnessing our teams to assess the landscape, cultivate an array of approaches, iterate, evaluate, refine—and bring forward meaningful solutions.

We commit to your success

We tend to travel with our clients from company to company. That loyalty is the major source of our growth, and we renew that trust every day.

Overachievers. Perfectionists. Science-Obsessives.
In other words: Our team

Nate Wible, PharmD

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT,
MANAGING DIRECTOR

Why this job:

It’s the perfect blend of science, medicine, business, strategy, and teamwork

Known for:

Carrying his lunch bag to every meeting

Psyched to:

Get to know new employees, whose diverse experiences will strengthen our work

Hidden skill:

Former scratch golfer, hoping to get his game back

Formative childhood memory:

Explosive chemistry experiments with his father

Described as:

Highly competitive

Looks for:

Fresh approaches, a desire to learn, a sense of teamwork, and a drive to help others

Kathleen Laurie

VICE PRESIDENT,
NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Known for:

Historical perspective, support for all things random

Fueled by:

Being on the cutting edge of science and breakthrough medicines—and knowing that the work ultimately helps patients

Skilled at:

Downhill skiing

Family side gig:

A bagel shop

Work persona:

Driven, calm-n-cool-natured, diplomatic

Describes her job as:

The Scrambler, moving in lots of different directions at super speeds

Impressed by:

The people she works with every day and their remarkable ball-juggling abilities

Connective tissue:

Mutual respect

Larry Wright

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT,
CONTENT DEVELOPMENT

Lives for:

Working with such extremely focused, like-minded professionals

Attracted to science by:

A fascination with genetics and gene expression

Skilled at:

Growing antique apple varietals, vegetables, and blueberries

Work persona:

Focused, deliberate, understanding

Connective tissue:

Looking at things in 3D to understand other perspectives

Typical day:

Some days a roller coaster, some days a river ride, all days are fun and brain-engaging

Secret sauce:

Don’t sweat the small stuff

Inspired by:

The journey and what’s next

Ryan King, PhD

SENIOR STRATEGIC ACCOUNT DIRECTOR

Lives to:

Translate disparate information into a cogent story

Known for:

Developing processes that distill meaningful insights from disparate data

Skilled at:

Rock-climbing and karaoke

Work persona:

Detail-oriented, big picture, nimble

Work as an amusement ride:

A diamond factory: Start with a load of coal and debris, travel through twists and turns, produce a beautiful diamond

Secret sauce:

Sketching out concepts on a whiteboard when working through a difficult challenge

Got into this:

Because science is fascinating

Kristina Sinsimer, PhD

ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT,
CLIENT SERVICES

Known for:

Being very analytical, asking too many questions, wanting to understand exactly how the clock works

Skilled at:

American Isshinryu Karate (fourth-degree black belt). And baking.

Work persona:

Authentic, strategic, charismatic

Connective tissue:

Meeting people where they are

Personal insight:

It’s important to widen your field of view, and to occasionally turn the camera around

If work were an amusement ride:

It isn’t; they aren’t really all that safe

Passionate about:

People

Amanda Manero

VICE PRESIDENT,
GROUP ACCOUNT DIRECTOR

Seen as:

Proactive, fast-paced, competitive

Describes her work as:

A WILD RIDE with rings of fire! Never a dull moment

Hidden talent:

Making friends with every dog she meets

Known for:

Always having her teams’ backs

Got into this:

To arm physicians and patients with the knowledge to make smart, informed treatment management decisions

Passionate about:

Wine, working with and learning from her team

Continuously improving at:

Being a force for good

Jaclyn Williams

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONAL FINANCE

Known for:

Numbers and budgets

Enjoys her job because:

It is the most rewarding, exciting profession imaginable

Inspired by:

Collaborating with some of the most innovative minds in the medical community, continuously learning as the science changes, having a real impact on patients

Skilled at:

Finding great airline deals; pawning off rescue dogs on unsuspecting coworkers

Work persona:

Punctual, loyal, conscientious

Motto:

Listen twice as much as you speak

Passionate about:

Travel, with 50 countries explored to date

Jeff Paolini

DIGITAL CONTENT STRATEGIST

Known as:

The digital guy

Motto:

Never say no to an idea or an ask —just find a solution

Inspired by:

Bouncing ideas off teammates and talking through strategy

Psyched by:

Introducing new digital experiences to medical science audiences—and the opportunity for growth

Deep background:

Got his start in sports entertainment

Connective tissue:

Asking questions and exchanging expertise

Personal goal:

To travel to all 50 states; his 5-year-old has already been to 15

Mary Kate Dougherty

MANAGER, INFORMATION SPECIALIST

Best part of her day:

Working with a highly motivated team

Known for:

Ensuring all the resources are organized and the work is copyright compliant

Skilled at:

Ferreting out hard-to-locate information

Motto:

“I am Beyonce, always.”

Work persona:

Type A—yet optimistic

Believes in:

Overcommunication—there is no such thing as too much information

Secret sauce:

A great playlist and staying hydrated

Has taken control of:

Work-life balance through stellar time management

Megan O’Dwyer Bailey

STRATEGIC ACCOUNT DIRECTOR

Best part of her day:

The people—100%

Motto:

Work hard, have fun, and make a difference

Work persona:

Ambitious, compassionate, and thorough

Personal goal:

To watch the Phillies play at as many ballparks as possible across the country

Connective tissue:

Being open-minded and flexible

Why this job:

No two days are the same, there is always a new and exciting challenge

Jason Dunkelberger, PhD

SENIOR SCIENTIFIC DIRECTOR

Best part of his day:

Brainstorming with brilliant colleagues on how to present complex data

Known for:

Strong opinions about figure layout

Why this job:

Medicine touches every life, and science is the foundation for medical decisions. Plus, it’s incredibly interesting

Skilled at:

Re-soldering kids’ toys under duress

Connective tissue:

Knowing everyone has something to add

Describes his job as:

Go-kart racing—learning to corner is the route to success

Passionate about:

Trying to make the world a better place for his children

Sushmita Patwardhan, PhD

SENIOR MEDICAL WRITER, SALES TRAINING

Inspired by:

Absorbing new science, distilling the information, and communicating it to multiple audiences

Best part of the job:

There is always something new to learn

Passionate about:

Making science and research more accessible

Skilled at:

Hand embroidery and Bharatanatyam (Indian classical dance)

Work persona:

Team player, motivated, inquisitive

Secret sauce:

A quiet cup of coffee before the day kicks in

Connective tissue:

Active communication and mutual respect

Grateful for:

Making a small contribution to patient health

Jenn Pavelec

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Why this job:

Because at the end of the day, we are making a difference in patients’ lives

Connective tissue:

Listening and being open-minded

Known for:

Her collection of Kate Spade handbags

Her job is:

A roller-coaster: lots of steep hills, lots of thrilling results, and the occasional unexpected loop

Skilled at:

Cooking, baking, gardening —and shopping

Passionate about:

Her husband, her rescue puppy, reading —and finding a real bargain

Mark Hoisington

SENIOR DESIGNER

Always:

Been a designer—and is still constantly learning, which keeps it interesting

Known for:

Clean design, white space, a good dad joke

Switched to pharma:

Because actually helping people live better lives is much more fulfilling

Skilled at:

Restoring (and riding) bicycles

Work persona:

Dedicated, thoughtful, innovative

Connective tissue:

Listen, ask questions

Motto:

Deliver beyond expectations

Secret sauce:

Thelonious Monk and a strong cup of Scottish Breakfast tea

Collects:

Hats and walking canes

2002

Founded

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2005

Launched Anemia Management Institute (AMI) with Amgen

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2008

Initiated longest client partnership 

(and still going)

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2010

Launched the

 first oral MS product

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2015

Reached our 

100th employee

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2017

Launched the first 

CAR-T product

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2018

Joined Precision

Medicine Group

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2020

Began support of our

45th rare disease

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2021

Started supporting

our 15th C&GT product

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Accelerating clinical research and development through the combined power of trials, labs, and data science.

Demonstrating the value of life-science innovations with evidence and real-world expertise.