October 25, 2016– Chicago, IL— CancerIQ, a digital health company that uses predictive analytics to help doctors understand their patient's risk of getting cancer and dying from cancer, was named a winner at the 15th annual Chicago Innovation Awards for its flagship product, CancerIQ Risk software.
September 15, 2016 – Chicago, IL— Out of 643 nominees, CancerIQ of Chicago, IL has been selected as one of the Top 100 Finalists for the 15th annual Chicago Innovation Awards. The awards celebrate the most innovative new products and services in the Chicago region across all organization sizes, sectors and industries. On October 25th, 1500 business and civic leaders will come together to honor the winners when they are announced at Chicago’s Harris Theater.
August 31, 2016– The first light bulb went off on Mt. Kilimanjaro. It was 2012, and Feyi Olopade Ayodele was standing on the mythic African peak with her mother, Dr. Funmi Olopade, an award-winning cancer researcher from the University of Chicago. Feyi – who then focused on making early stage investments in healthcare startups at the Wharton Social Venture Fund – was in the middle of a career crisis. “I was feeling a lot like Simon Cowell at the time,” she confesses.
December 1, 2014– CancerIQ is honored to be ranked #10 on the Top 75 Chicago Startups list ranked by Symmetry50. CancerIQ joins other startups such as Scout, a home security system and FoodGenius, data analytics for the food industry, on the list.
CancerIQ will join a group of 9 other next-generation companies focused on health IT, medical devices, diagnostics and biopharma.
October 28, 2014– Health-tech incubator, Matter recently announced the first 10 startup companies to call their offices home. CancerIQ joins 9 other companies including a "specialty pharmaceutical company, a creator of a blood-sampling system and a company that integrates robotics with heart procedures."
September 29, 2014– Next month, Chicago will be one of 16 cities to host Challenge Cup, a global startup competition. The competition is in 11 countries and offers $650,000 in prizes to health, education, energy and civic tech startups.
September 24, 2013 — At Rock Health, entrepreneurs are developing innovative products to keep us healthier, and lower medical care costs.