We combine diverse experience and backgrounds with a shared fascination for how healthcare innovations are adopted.


These are some of the people you’re likely to meet when you work with MMRG. My role is to ask questions: I'm especially interested in understanding the assets that our clients are developing, as well learning more about how they plan to use the results when they are delivered. What makes me curious? I'm curious about everything, in science and especially nature. I love the open air and walking. I'm always on the look for new and surprising things in the natural world. I work in the interface between our business and the world outside. I listen and seek to understand what each of the different parties want, need, and think. What makes me curious? People and politics. I've always been interested in politicians and governmental decisions. I wrote my first letter to my member of parliament when I was 14, and my most recent one in 2021. I'm responsible for creating and establishing ways of working with data that makes our operations smoother, smarter and cooler. What makes me curious? I like to push boundaries and explore how to make things better. I use my energies and expertise to create beautiful solutions to problems. At home I'm a Google Home enthusiast and have things working just how I want them, with as little effort as possible! My job is to maintain and update the collection, processing and standardisation of data. I'm also responsible for ensuring that we adhere to data privacy regulations around the world. What makes me curious? I enjoy working with numbers. I love the challenge of breaking down data into meaningful, digestible insights that can be visually and easily understood. Working with healthcare data has relevance and makes my work feel valuable.

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Stephen Covey once remarked that experience is often overrated, “Some people say they have twenty years, when in reality, they only have one year’s experience, repeated twenty times.” We are mindful of this trap. But we can confidently say that we have experienced people in our business who are humble enough to know that yesterday’s skills are not enough, and that we need to continue to learn and change. It helps that we are fascinated by how healthcare innovations are evaluated, tested, accepted, and shared within their communities, and delight in finding new ways of understanding the world of life sciences.


We are an eclectic group, and our tastes are equally diverse. Food-based celebrations are key moments in our corporate life. We are proud to boast that we do not take our culture for granted. We are devoted to ensuring that we treat everyone we encounter – suppliers, collaborators, clients, each other, with authentic warmth and respect. We are challenging, but we are fair. We are disarmingly open and clear in the way we do business, conduct research, and communicate. But we are also fantastically sensitive and caring.


In an era where many people seem content, if not eager, to share every aspect of their lives online, we are by nature quite shy and private people. We are happy to talk about what we do, and why we think we’re good people to work with, but you are very unlikely to find us doing so on social media channels. All our clients require us to keep their work with us confidential, and in many ways, that suits us fine!