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CancerIQ is a "GPS for cancer" that transforms information buried in publications and EMRs into insights needed to deliver precision care.

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Healthcare Services
  • Location Chicago, IL, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Founded December 2012
  • Employees 8
  • Website

Company Summary

CancerIQ software uses clinical and genomics data to help providers build intelligence in cancer. We differentiate ourselves by providing a much higher resolution view of a patient than available in any EMR and by offering proprietary analytics to help interpret a growing number of variables. With CancerIQ, we use technology to manage the complexity of genomic medicine, and empower all oncologists to deliver premium personalized cancer care.


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    Feyi Olopade

    After years in banking and private equity, decided to apply finance skills for social good. Launched, managed, and ran the Wharton Social Venture Fund, the 1st student-run VC fund at Wharton. Has reviewed dozens of deals in education and healthcare, and co-invested with Investors' Circle, Acumen Fund, & New Schools Venture Fund. Left finance and took sabbatical from McKinsey for operating role at UChicago Medical Center, then spun off CancerIQ.

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    Olufunmilayo Olopade

    Won a Macarthur "Genius" grant in 2005 for research on disparities in outcomes for breast cancer patients. The first to take a genetic based approach to understanding racial differences in survival, using data modeled by CancerIQ. Her evidence-based approach to medicine has broadened our understanding of the complex interactions of genes, lifestyle, and cancer causation. With this knowledge, she is leading expert on personalized cancer treatment.

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    Paul Fung

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    Haibo Lu

    After Harvard and a quant hedge fund, left analyst role to run the front office of the Shanghai Sharks, as the Director of Basketball Operations. Used Moneyball-style data analytics to inform personnel and strategy decisions, which helped the Sharks improve from 3rd to last in the league to 6th in 2 years. Leveraged this experience to lead basketball analytics for China’s Men’s National Basketball Team.

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    Kisha Hope


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    Michael Esquivel, Fenwick & West