September 9, 2015 – Global life sciences search specialist Coulter Partners has added Nicolaj Moerk Thomsen as senior consultant and Lisbeth Holm as research associate in the firm’s new Copenhagen offices.
Mr. Thomsen has 14 years’ experience in global executive search within life sciences. From highly scientific to strictly commercial roles, he has developed a broad expertise across a range of early start-up to mature organizations. Drawing on a track record of recruiting talented senior executives for R&D, finance, regulatory affairs and manufacturing in Europe, North America and Asia, he focuses predominantly on the biotech, pharmaceuticals and med tech fields. Most recently he led the executive search practice of international consultancy Directure, conducting searches across a variety of industries and markets over a ten year period.
Ms. Holm joins Coulter Partners with more than 10 years’ experience in international executive search focused primarily on life sciences. She was formerly with international executive search firm Amrop for over 12 years where she has developed extensive expertise in project management and research across biotech, pharmaceuticals and med tech. She is working predominantly on commercial roles at senior executive level and supporting the team’s recent med tech successes and assignments in Denmark and Finland.
“I am delighted to welcome Nicolaj and Lisbeth with their considerable pan-European experience, as we launch our new offices and build on our achievements in the Nordics,” said Eskil Westh, executive vice president.
Coulter Partners has made nine new appointments this year to augment its dedicated life sciences research and delivery expertise. The team now includes PhD and MD-qualified researchers, language proficiencies in Russian, Bulgarian, Italian, Spanish, Czech, Danish and Swedish and specialized expertise in business psychology and human resource management. The firm is dedicated to the life sciences and healthcare industries and has offices in London, Switzerland, Denmark, Princeton, Boston and Morristown.
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media