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For almost 3 decades, CTC has been creating compelling medical content to effectively communicate with busy HCPs.

Our team is made up of driven, transparent, resourceful, and supportive members who are committed to success.



CTC is a fast-growing organization where each individual has an equal opportunity to be heard.

If you value a supportive culture where initiative, resourcefulness, and drive are rewarded, you'll feel right at home here.


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In partnership with veritree, we are dedicated to fostering a sustainable future by rejuvenating vital landscapes essential for our planet's wellbeing.

We plant 10 verified trees for every quote we publish, and an additional 40 trees once we kick off a project with you.

Brennan Smith, BSc, MSc, PhD

Brennan Smith

Personable, driven

Brennan leads the strategic direction of CTC and plays an active role in client engagement and project execution. With careful listening and application of years of expertise, Brennan helps shape practical medical communications solutions that meet the needs of our healthcare and pharmaceutical clients. 

Brennan also leads the team at CTC. His leadership stance is one of support, approachability, and transparency, and everyone is encouraged to have a voice. It is the people at CTC that bring the unmatched value our clients look forward to when working with CTC.

At his core, Brennan has a passion for science and scientific communication. Before joining CTC, Brennan completed a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics, a Master of Science in Prostate Cancer, and a PhD in Mitochondrial Physiology at the University of Guelph. Following his graduate work, Brennan spent four years as a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Post-doctoral Fellow in the Department of Medicine at McMaster University where he studied the regulation of metabolism in response to preclinical therapeutics.

Outside of work you can find Brennan playing hockey with his two daughters or running the streets of his small hometown.