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Wanda Gamble: Battelle Healthcare Unit Looks to Current Health Trends, R&D Investments

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Wanda Gamble

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Dec. 1, 2016 — Wanda Gamble, vice president of business development at Battelle‘s health and analytics unit, has stated that the nonprofit science and research organization works to adapt to major healthcare and public health trends.

“We want to align to those [healthcare] challenges and trends as it relates not only to staff and other resources but also capabilities, solutions offering and messaging that Battelle puts forth, ” she said in an interview with ExecutiveBiz published Tuesday.

Gamble added that company also continues to invest in research and development as well as work with scientific and technology staff in efforts to establish itself as a thought leader and independent third party in the healthcare sector.

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