Chatting with Catarina Samora

 

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Julia Walton at Media Contacts has chatted with Catarina Samora, Senior Medical Writer, BEYOND Communication

What is your current job title and company?

Senior Medical Writer, BEYOND Communication

What is the best part of your job, the bit you like the most?

The fact that there is no ‘typical day’. I love that we get to work in a such a variety of therapy areas, and projects, so each day poses new challenges and that is what makes this job so appealing. I also really value the team spirit at BEYOND, so even though everyone is committed to delivering their best work, our individual needs are always considered.

What is the one thing you wish you’d known when starting your MedComms career? 

Having transitioned from academia into medical writing, I was afraid that somehow, I would become disconnected from science. I soon realized that, albeit in a different capacity, I was still very much involved in data analysis and science in general, and I have really enjoyed exploring it from an industry perspective.

What’s the funniest or most interesting experience you have faced?

Meetings or calls where something unexpected happens and you are dying of laughter inside but have to remain serious and with a straight face. There has been a few of those!

What’s the highlight of your career so far?

Every time we receive great feedback on our work is a highlight to me. I always feel a sense of accomplishment when that happens, and it motivates me to keep evolving and delivering the best work I can do.

Thanks for your time, Catarina.

To find out how Julia could help you progress your MedComms career or help your recruitment process, get in touch with her – Julia.walton@media-contacts.co.uk.

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