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Damian Eade rejoins Cello Health Insight

Takes up newly-created role as global head of digital

Cello Health Insight Damian EadeCello Health Insight has welcomed back Damian Eade who takes on the newly-created role of global head of digital.

Eade first joined the healthcare market research agency in 2002 becoming a director and digital lead leaving in 2014 to join London-based agency Kiosk as its head of healthcare.

Having served most recently as Kiosk's managing director, Eade now returns to Cello Health Insight as its new global head of digital, tasked with developing its integrated digital approach.

Jane Shirley, Cello Health Insight's joint chief executive officer, said: “Cello Health Insight has led the way in introducing digital methodologies such as mobile research, online communities and digital pathways into healthcare market research.

“We have created this new global role to enable us to move onto the next stage, which is integrating digital fully into what we do.

“We are delighted to welcome back Damian to lead our digital team and further advance the boundaries of Cello Health Insight's digital offer.”

25th February 2016

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