The Foundation for the Center for Healthcare Entrepreneurship, is sponsored by two IIT Bombay alumni, and is focused on making universal healthcare a reality. The Center’s objective is to catalyze healthcare innovation to bring about affordable solutions to address healthcare needs of India. The Center hopes to foster entrepreneurs to deliver a pipeline of cost-efficient solutions, which are increasingly ‘commercialized’.Learn More
CfHE Fellowship is a unique world-class program of one year for healthcare entrepreneurs followed by opportunity to incubate.It is conceptualized, administered and mentored by Bay area entrepreneurs, top academics from the US, Indian and Bio-med industry.
The selected startups from fellowship program gets an incubation in IIT Hyderabad to establish their companies.
Center for Healthcare Entrepreneurship startup NeMo.Care, wins BIRAC award. Co-founder and CEO, Pratyusha Pareddy along with CTO and co-founder Manoj Sanker P R is among the top 4 startups to win the BIRAC_2012 WInER Award of 25 Lakhs.
The Centre for Healthcare Entrepreneurship (CfHE) of Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad selected 11 fellows for the 3rd batch of CfHE which will start in August, 2018.
Prof U.B. Desai, Director, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, takes part in a Panel Discussion during BioAsia 2018 Summit held at at Novotel Hyderabad Convention Centre, Hyderabad, on 23rd February 2018. He spoke about the culture of innovation at the institution.
Mr. Andrew Fleming, the Honourable British Deputy High Commissioner, Hyderabad, was hosted (17th April 2018) by Prof U.B. Desai, Director, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad along with Heads of various Departments and Incubator leads. He was briefed on R&D & entrepreneurial ecosystem of IIT Hyderabad.
CfHE incubatee and healthcare startup NemoCare co-founder Pratyusha Pareddy, talks to young girls about entrepreneurship and what it is to run a startup as IIT Hyderabad hosts 30+ students under the Vignan Jyothi program as we expose them to role models in various areas in STEM.
Smart Baby vitals monitor by Nemo Healthcare and Arm re-trainers by Arm-Able for those afflicted by stroke were among the first products unveiled at IIT Hyderabad’s prestigious Center for healthcare entrepreneurship.
Five innovative women-led startups made it to the competition and the winner, Hyderabad’s Nemo Care will represent India at Start Tel Aviv workshop in Israel this year.
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