ICGA Foundation is a not-for-profit, public-private-philanthropic partnership set up as a Section 8 Company to host the
Indian Cancer Genome Atlas (ICGA) Project.
In 2020-21, ICGA was initiated by forming a national consortium of government agencies, cancer hospitals, academic institutions, and private sector partners in India, led by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The ICGA is a long-term collaborative effort between cancer scientists, basic researchers, onco-clinicians, data scientists, and technology providers to facilitate precision medicine and improve translational cancer research in India. Read more..
Mission StatementTo create an indigenously developed, open-source, comprehensive database of molecular profiles of all cancers prevalent in Indian populations. Specifically, the goal is to characterize the genomic, transcriptomic, epigenetic and proteomic features of Indian cancers using advanced, next-generation multi-omics technologies.
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