Denver, CO, August 15, 2017 (Newswire.com) – Telos Partners, LLC is pleased to welcome Cassandra Latimer to its growing team of life sciences subject matter experts. She will join the Telos team as Program Manager of Science and Innovation. Within this role, Cassandra will oversee day-to-day activities of client program lifecycle management, as well as the development of best practices for ensuring the quality of client deliverables.
“I was attracted by the company’s mission to provide tailored scientific and regulatory solutions for technologies at various phases in their lifecycles,” Cassandra said. “The biomedical industry is in need of innovative methods to rapidly generate scientific evidence and clear regulatory pathways for evaluating a technology’s potential, leading to the introduction of proven clinical solutions to the health care market place.”
Cassandra comes to Telos with over 12 years of experience in the biomedical and semiconductor space. Most recently, she worked in scientific affairs for Zimmer Biomet in the biologics and spine division. As a biologics and spine scientific specialist, she and her team developed a scientific strategy for new products including preclinical and clinical research. Prior to Zimmer Biomet, Cassandra held clinical and R&D positions at Covidien, as well as quality and process engineering roles at Intel. This background has allowed her to make a seamless transition into her new role with Telos in immediately serving our clients. “I intend to apply my project management, biomedical experience, and effective communication skills to add value to Telos’ growing client base both within the musculoskeletal space, and other therapeutic areas such as wound care, ENT, gastrointestinal, gynecology,” Cassandra stated.
Joel Batts, Partner at Telos commented, “We are fortunate to have Cassandra join our team and delighted with the contributions she has made in just a short time. Her strong combination of technical expertise and dedication to client interaction is an important addition as we continue to establish the Telos brand of building life science innovations together.”
Cassandra’s initial scope includes strategic research planning for a novel wound matrix material and coordinating peer-reviewed publications in support of technologies for musculoskeletal indications.