Please join us in welcoming Katherine Timoney to Cello Health Advantage. Katherine has client-side experience in research insights, new products, and market analytics across a very wide range of products and therapeutic areas. This expertise will strongly support our rapid response, commercial assessment, and analog intelligence practices.
In mid-July, 2017, Advantage Healthcare joined Cello Health, the health-focused division of Cello Group plc, a UK-based publicly traded company. This move dramatically expands our reach and the type of work that we offer. Our new name is Cello Health Advantage.
We know that our president called together the top executives in the pharmaceutical industry just a few weeks ago. Although it is a bit hazy what exactly was discussed,1 a directive from our administration is that, for every new regulation passed, two should be repealed. It is not clear whether this topic was discussed at the meetings with the executives of our industry, and some have said that it may not apply to the FDA,2 but…
The biopharma industry has dramatically influenced the outcomes of many disease states, including but not limited to AIDS/HIV, hepatitis C, cancers, and many cardiovascular conditions. Despite such impacts, Simon and Garfunkel’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water” comes to mind in terms of the pharma industry in 2016.
Please join us in welcoming Tina Ghorban as the head of Oncology Advantage for Advantage Healthcare. Tina’s client-side expertise in market analytics, strategic positioning, and commercial assessments includes not only oncology and rare diseases, but also general medicine categories.
Precision medicine focuses on identifying which approaches will be effective for which patients, based on genetics, environment, and lifestyle. Is it what we have called “personalized medicine,” or perhaps you have called it “pharmacogenomics”? Precision medicine is the 2016 term.
We are thrilled to have Mark, Avani, and Wei join our team, and to have Kendall with us for the summer.
Similar to other crazy predictions that have been made by John Chambers (such as opening your hotel room door with your smartphone), this prediction may also come true. In small corporations, we already understand that dynamic. Regardless of your sector (retail, manufacturing, financial services, you name it), every business is technology-based today, elevating the CIO to the second position, after the CEO who manages the company.
For those studying Spanish, the magic words were “¿Como está usted?”
For economics majors: Guns and Butter.