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Eric Schauble Joins Directions' Healthcare Research Team

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Eric Schauble Joins Directions' Healthcare Research Team

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CINCINNATI, July 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Directions Research announced this week that Eric Schauble has joined the firm as Vice President, Client Service. Schauble will add depth to Directions' already formidable healthcare research team with experience in medical devices, vision care, pharmaceuticals, and consumer health on both the client and supplier side.

"We are thrilled to have Eric join our team," says Cindy Tullis, Senior Vice President of the overall healthcare practice at Directions. "He comes with a wealth of development and commercialization experience across a wide range of products and therapeutic areas. His expertise in assessing and pursuing new medical products and pharmaceutical solutions from early-stage development through launch is going to be very impressive to the clients we serve."

Before joining Directions, Schauble was Vice President of Corporate Development for both Colibri Heart Valve LLC and Colorado Therapeutics LLC. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and a Master Degree in Biological Sciences from Stanford University.

Directions Research is independently recognized as one of the leading business decision insight firms in the nation. It combines a highly experienced staff with a unique mix of innovative and proven approaches to answer pressing business issues. Directions is a privately held firm based in Cincinnati, Ohio with regional offices around the country, conducting work on a global basis.

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