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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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Lori Ogilvie

Medical Lead


Empathetic, objective

Lori’s role involves collaborating with industry partners and key opinion leaders to create engaging and accurate medical education content. By employing an objective mindset Lori ensures that content is carefully tailored to meet the needs of its target audience, which includes patient groups and healthcare professionals across a variety of specialties. Lori is involved in developing research publications, educational videos, and market research initiatives, among many others.

Lori found her passion for meaningful knowledge translation and scientific communication at the University of Guelph where she earned her BSc(H) in Animal Biology with a minor in Nutritional and Nutraceutical Science, as well as her MSc with a focus on nutritional immunology in dairy cows. Her diverse professional background also includes marketing and territory management. In her free time, you can find Lori finding new things to do with her two dogs, spending time with friends and family, or trying to develop a green thumb for the benefit of her many houseplants.