20th edition of BioAsia to be held in Hyderabad from Feb 24 next year

20th edition of BioAsia to be held in Hyderabad from Feb 24 next year

Hyderabad: The 20th edition of BioAsia, the marquee life sciences and healthtech event, hosted by the Telangana Government, will be held in Hyderabad from February 24-26, 2023.
Telangana Minister for Industries KT Rama Rao (known as KTR) along with Principal Secretary (IT & Industries) Jayesh Ranjan, and BioAsia CEO and Telangana state Life Sciences Director Shakthi Nagappan, launched the logo and the theme “Advancing for ONE: Shaping the next generation of humanized healthcare” of BioAsia 2023 here on Tuesday.
Over the past couple of decades, Hyderabad has established itself as not only the healthcare and life sciences hub for India but has also emerged as a major hub for the world.
The city further burnished its credentials during the COVID-19 pandemic by playing a key role in helping immunize the world through supply of vaccines.
The pandemic has brought into sharp focus the critical need for the industry, academia, governments, regulators and other stakeholders in the ecosystem to intensify their collaboration for ensuring healthcare innovation at scale, and delivery with equitable access.
Speaking on the occasion, KTR said as the world has begun to come back to normalcy, we are geared to host the next year’s grand event in-person and host a galaxy of world leaders in Hyderabad. The event has truly evolved over the years as a pre-eminent global meeting for researchers, academia, industry, healthcare providers and policy makers to discuss collaborative opportunities.
BioAsia has done remarkably not just to sustain its momentum but has grown consistently in stature over the years. We are extremely keen to make the 20th edition a landmark event” said Jayesh Ranjan.
“With theme, Advancing for ONE: Shaping the next generation of humanized healthcare, Bio Asia 2023 will bring together life sciences and healthcare leaders, academia, start-ups, regulators and investors, on one stage to deliberate on the cross cutting themes of One health, disruptive technologies in health, and accessibility and affordability in healthcare for all. The event will also have a start-up showcase where over 100 select health-tech entrepreneurs from across the world can pitch their innovative solutions to pressing health issues,” said Nagappan.
UNI

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