Project of ASU Anti-Cancer Center was presented at Startup Village

19 June 2017 Department of Information and Media Communications
Postgraduate student of ASU Faculty of Biology, employee of Russian-American Anti-Cancer Center Stepan Podlesnykh participated in Startup Village, the largest startup conference in Russia organized by Skolkovo Innovative Center.

Stepan Podlesnykh got a chance to attend Startup Village without prequalification due to becoming a winner in Biomedicine category of Open Innovations Competition, which had been organized in Barnaul by Skolkovo experts.

In the framework of Startup Village the young scientist from Altai State University presented a project of Russian-American Anti-Cancer Center on the development of early cancer detection by delivering a report entitled “Antibody Repertoire as a Biomarker for Cancer Diagnosis”. The center is supposed to develop test systems for clinical laboratories and home express tests.

“Startup Village is a great platform for commercialization of Russian scientists’ innovative developments in three directions: IT, industry and biomedicine. This is a place for meeting of developers and investors,” postgraduate student of Altai State University said. “The scientists of our country told the audience about their recent studies, relevant research directions, and emphases in science. I managed to communicate with scientists from other regions of Russia and get acquainted with scientific teams and groups, with which we are planning to carry out joint research.”

Startup Village was organized for the 5th time in 2017. It is a unique site, where startup founders and innovators meet with successful entrepreneurs, investors, major technological corporations and government officials. This is an international event that annually hosts representatives of over 20 countries. Startup Village has a special atmosphere of real-life communication: there are no VIP guests, closed sessions, limited access zones and dress code.

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