Cello Health

Cello Health are a passionate team of global advisers, expert at navigating life science clients to confident critical decisions

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We work with 24 of the top 25 pharmaceutical companies as well as 100s of biotechs globally from our offices in the US and Europe

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We support a variety of causes across our global business

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We provide multiple perspectives, helping healthcare clients uncover hidden insights, explore scientific options and make difficult strategic choices

We recognise that the journey is often as important as the destination. We work like an extension of your team so your overall journey with us feels better

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We provide multiple perspectives, helping healthcare clients uncover hidden insights, explore scientific options and make difficult strategic choices

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Will the new NHS app help to solve issues in Rare Disease?
Will the new NHS app help to solve issues in Rare Disease?
Following a successful pilot of the NHS app in 34 registered GP practices, the government are now looking to implement this offering across England in the hopes that it will be similarly well received.
Will technology know more about us than we know about ourselves?
Will technology know more about us than we know about ourselves?
I recently attended the Wired Health Conference at the Francis Crick Institute in London. Dolby Laboratories’ chief scientist Poppy Crum described how new consumer devices and technologies are helping us understand and identify the signals and signatures we ‘give off’, how we interact with each other and the space around us.
Amazon's Alexa is moving into digital health
Amazon's Alexa is moving into digital health
Following Apple's results in monitoring heart beat irregularities with their Apple watch as highlighted in the recent post by Jon Bircher, Amazon is following suit with Alexa in digital health.
Can you smell Parkinson's disease?
Can you smell Parkinson's disease?
In an age of increasingly sophisticated wearable and diagnostic technology; enabled by data analytics and machine learning, it seems rather archaic to consider odour as a useful diagnostic tool.

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The journey to scientific and commercial success is often complex and always critical. If you are looking for an expert partner to help steer you to confident solutions, contact us today

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