Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM) and Cochin Cancer Research Centre (CCRC) have joined hands to conduct a three-day oncology conference at the Integrated Startup Complex, Kalamassery, here from November 8, which will focus on the best global practices that leverage technology in cancer treatment.
The conference, ‘CanQuer2019’, based on the theme “Technology to eliminate cancer care disparity”, will serve as a unique platform for discussions on ground-breaking research, latest technologies, digital disruptions, global best practices and case studies in cancer care and cure.
Highlights of the Conference include Keynote sessions from eminent faculties in Cancer Research, Oncologists, Industry leaders and Startup founders. Several national and international think-tanks in the field will attend the event, conceived as a dynamic platform focused on the intersection of clinical excellence, research and technology.
Startups can pitch products and services to industry thought leaders, potential investors and institutional heads. They will also get a chance to create solutions for industry problems during the Cancer Innovation Hackathon, to be held on 7th and 8th of November.
Moreover, the conference will bring together oncologists, scientists, technocrats, policymakers, healthcare startups, venture capitalists and industry leaders under one umbrella. Also held in sidelines is the Cancer Awareness Marathon, at the Cochin Medical College, Kalamassery on 10th November morning at 5AM.
For more details, visit: www.canquer2019.in
KSUM is the nodal agency for entrepreneurship development and incubation activities in the state. CCRC is the apex cancer centre of Govt. of Kerala that will primarily coordinate care of cancer patients of central Kerala.