Experience with CNS

The controller of our body manages our thoughts, behaviours and essential processes. Yet, many of its actions and disorders remain a mystery, burdening many with severe neurological and psychiatric challenges. Advancements in research offer hope, easing the pain of mental health disorders, curbing neurodegenerative diseases, and revealing uncharted territories of cognition and consciousness. These insights must be shared with the wider community for change to occur.

Total Projects

With our rich background with CNS medcomms projects, we're ready for your next communications project.

Our network of experts, armed with a deep knowledge of neuroscience and cutting-edge technologies, collaborate to deliver impactful and scientifically accurate communications. Our tailored approach encompasses a full spectrum of solutions to effectively engage healthcare professionals, patients, and key stakeholders.

Conference Contributions Management

Managed a series of 10 posters to EFIC conference, completed within 3 weeks with very happy authors

Health Economics Research

Recently completed 16 abstracts, manuscripts, posters and reviews in migraine health economics and outcomes research

Neuropathy Literature Analysis

Conducted an extensive literature search and analysis on neuropathic pain, migraine, peripheral neuropathy

Medical Publications

Recently published 8 posters/abstracts and 4 manuscripts on treatment of pain related to spasticity and cervical-dystonia in adults and children

Neurodegenerative Research

Published 23 original research articles & literature reviews in the therapeutic area of neurodegenerative disease the past 3 years

Publication Strategy

Developed an extensive publications plan and strategic workshop for a US affiliate’s CNS product group

A world of expertise available...

With our scalable network model we have a deep talent pool we can draw on. While we can't share the personal details of these writers here, when it comes time to create your dream-team you will receive full bios of the individuals involved to take your project to the next level.

*Not their real name

Alex is a skilled medical writer specialising in neurology and pharmacology, backed by a PhD in biomedical sciences, specifically neuropharmacology, and postdoctoral training in neuropathology. Their diverse work includes manuscripts, press releases, conference coverage and continuing medical education materials centred around neurology.
Having written on neurological conditions like Alzheimer's disease, dementia, epilepsy, sleep disorders, cognitive deficits, and brain tumours, Alex also possesses an expansive understanding of subjects like stroke, aneurysms, neuroplasticity, and neuro-interventions. They have also produced significant content on pain management for conditions like rheumatoid arthritis and irritable bowel syndrome, with a recent focus on the importance of patients' perspectives in disease management and outcomes.

Key Experience:

  • Boasts a PhD in biomedical sciences, specialising in neuropharmacology, and postdoctoral training in neuropathology.
  • Written extensively on a range of neurology-related topics, from Alzheimer’s disease and dementia to epilepsy and sleep disorders.
  • Provides a patient-focused approach to disease management, specifically in terms of pain management for conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and irritable bowel syndrome.

Richard, is a physician with a PhD in pharmaceutical medicine and a Master's degree in pharmacoepidemiology. He has extensive experience in clinical research within the pharmaceutical industry as well as academia. Currently, he serves as a medical writer and consultant in clinical research and medical communications, is a visiting professor in several institutions, and a clinical research fellow at a well-known Neurosciences Institute. Richard has authored or co-authored over 60 research papers and reviews , and has acted as a reviewer for over 20 peer-reviewed international journals.

Key Experiences:

  • Extensive knowledge and experience in clinical research within the pharmaceutical industry, specialising in pharmaceutical medicine.
  • Holds significant experience as a medical writer and consultant in clinical research and medical communications.
  • Noteworthy contributions to academia as an educator and published author with over 60 research papers and reviews.

A few examples of our work...

Naturally the security of our client's data is paramount, for this reason we cannot share details of all our projects, when you engage with us we can certainly provide further information of therapeutic area expertise and skills.

This medical publication presents a pooled data analysis from three Phase 3 studies, exploring the impact of incobotulinumtoxinA on spasticity-related pain in children and adolescents with cerebral palsy. The research, focused both on ambulant and non-ambulant participants, monitored pain responses during increasingly difficult activities for four weeks after each of four incobotulinumtoxinA injection cycles.

The following is a comprehensive analysis of data derived from four phase 3 and 4 research studies concerning the use of incobotulinumtoxinA (incoBoNT-A) as a treatment method for cervical dystonia (CD)-related pain in adults. The analysis observes variations in CD-associated pain following incoBoNT-A injections, evaluating a total of 678 patient responses - including a substantial subgroup not consuming additional pain medication - over five injection cycles.

This summary concisely introduces an exploratory analysis that combined findings from six Phase 2 or 3 studies to further assess the potential role of incobotulinumtoxinA in reducing pain associated with spasticity in the limbs. Highlighting its focus on adult patients who reported pain prior to treatment, it utilised the Disability Assessment Scale (DAS) to measure changes in pain levels both at the initial stage and four weeks following incobotulinumtoxinA injection.

This paper reviews results from a prospective study on the prevalence and characteristics of spasticity-related pain (SRP) in children and adolescents with cerebral palsy. Using a combination of patient self-reporting and parental observations, the study investigates how such pain varies across activities, affects multiple body regions, and increases with the physical demands of activities.

This observational study aimed to understand the chronological progression of cognitive abilities decline in patients with Alzheimer's Disease (AD). The research analysed baseline data from 1,495 community-dwelling AD patients to identify the sequence of cognitive impairment, which could aid primary care physicians in explaining the disease's progression to affected individuals and their caregivers.

A Chronicle of Success

Here we proudly share the experiences and successes of our esteemed clients. Their candid testimonials attest to our unwavering commitment to service, expertise, and dedication that has consistently delivered exceptional results for our clients.

Due to the sensitive nature of most of our work we are sometimes required to anonymise these public facing testimonials, however we can provide details, including references and case studies later in the process.

Thank you for your fantastic support throughout this long journey and the sprint at the end. Your flexibility and willingness to help against tight timelines has been truly appreciated.


Market Access and Reimbursement Manager

I just wanted to comment on the slides – the content is clear, not overcrowded, and they look fantastic! I thought I'd make minor changes, but there's no need. Thanks for the wonderful job.


Research Scientist

Great job and just in time!! Thanks once again for this great collaboration!


The support of Rx on the generalization manuscript was wonderful and so helpful. Hoping to work with this team again!


Research Scientist

Thank you SO much for all your hard work, your patience and your admirable tenacity with this! We greatly appreciate it.


I can't express my gratitude enough for the incredible job you did on the SHARP guide.


Meet the Masterminds

Allow us to introduce the remarkable individuals who form the backbone of our medcomms agency.

Their collective dedication to excellence, unwavering commitment to ethical standards, and passion for delivering exceptional results are the driving forces behind our agency's continued success in the ever-evolving world of medical communications.

The path to MedComms
success is as easy as 1,2,3...

Reach out to our team of experts today and discover how our unparalleled experience, proven methods, and steadfast commitment to your success can transform your projects into powerful, engaging communications.

1. Contact

Reach out to our dedicated team of experts via phone, email, or the contact form on our website.

2. Discovery

Engage in a comprehensive consultation with our experienced professionals, share your challenges, goals, and aspirations. We'll help identify strategies and collaboratively develop a plan that aligns with your objectives.

3. Get started

With a clear roadmap in hand, our team will work to integrate seamlessly into your project to ensure timely execution, exceptional quality, and ultimately to the successful completion of your project.

Don't wait – take the first step towards medical communication excellence and contact us now to see what we can accomplish together.

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