Global Leadership Panel – Asia, East Asia and Australasia
Fight Cancer Global Leadership Panel – Asia, East Asia and Australasia
Fight Cancer Global has assembled Global Leadership Panel members from over 45 countries so far and plan to top over 100 countries by 2020. We’d like to highlight a few Survivors, Healthcare Professionals, Non-Profit founders and Doctors from Asia, East Asia and Australasia who have chosen to stand with us against Cancer.
Professor Sankha Mitra – Adelaide, Australia
Professor Mitra has 21 Years experience as a Consultant Medical Oncologist & Radiation Oncologist In UK & Australia and possesses Cancer Care across India, Europe, UK, USA & Australia. He is a Life member and Ex-Governing Committee Member of IACA (Indo-American Cancer Association) and his Non-Profit Eastern India Palliative Care was the first NGO in India to get a Morphine License as a recognized Medical Institution under Amended NDPS Act .
Matthew Squires - Sydney, Australia
Director of Precision Cancer Care (A Fight Cancer Global Partner) and member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (MAICD), Matthew is committed to creating an environment in which radiation oncology services can be integrated into the care of cancer patients who live in remote areas through providing a patient-centric focus through remote services, while maximizing the quality and cost effectiveness of radiation therapy.
Dr. Chun-Wai Mai - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dr. Mai serves as Head of Centre for Cancer and Stem Cell Research, Institute for Research, Development and Innovation at International Medical University. He is also a multiple award winner, most recently the inaugural Asia Young Pharmacists Group (AYPG) Professional Excellence Award in 2018. Research findings published in over 30 peer-reviewed scientific papers (total impact factor over 80).
Luke Amery – Queensland Australia
Luke was working as an "open-cut" miner when he discovered he had been struck with brain cancer. He has since become an Inspirational speaker (2017 Bright Future Award Winner speaker), Mindset Coach and author of Ganbaru Mindset: Successful Mind Management through Brain Cancer.
Dr. Nasir Jalal - Tianjin, China
A Molecular Biologist / Consultant,Dr. Jalal previously worked on a NASA-funded project investigating the effects of deep space heavy ion radiation on Human DNA (genotoxicology). He has received multiple academic awards including Marie Curie TRANSMIT external fellowship award, Bologna, Italy (2018) and William J. Fulbright Scholar, USA (2007-2012).
FCG’s Partnership Initiative is focused on organizations in multiple verticals, including Hospitals, Pharmaceutical and Biomed companies, Non-Profits, Health and Wellness companies, Governments, Academic Institutions and Research Institutions. Currently represented by over 90 Partners and over 150 Global Leadership Panel members in over 45 countries, we intend to accumulate over 1000 Partners and 1000 Leadership Panel members in over 100 countries by 2020.
The FCG framework begins with Five Pillars: Community, Outreach, Education, Technology and Hope. These pillars are fully integrated with multiple comprehensive platforms to engage players with one another at all levels, as they leverage collaborative partners to create synergy, bridge gaps, implement solutions and deliver the finest cancer care.
Our Global initiative and Vision is universally impacting and transforming the Oncology space using a 360 degree approach through Global Engagement and Collaboration, aligning Patients and Survivors with All Professionals - including Hospitals, Pharmaceuticals, Biotech, Governments, Academic Institutions, Non-Profits and more - to result in ONE shared vision and responsibility, to serve all those living with Cancer.
New press release
Fight Cancer Global: Global For-Profits3:13 am 04-30-2019
Executive Board Member and Global Partner9:44 pm 04-29-2019
Women Survivors on FCG Global Leadership Panel6:14 pm 04-17-2019
Fight Cancer Global Diversity : Women in Oncology6:14 pm 04-17-2019
Global Leadership Panel – Africa8:49 am 04-11-2019