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Cambridge University’s Collaborates with Sunway Clinical Research Centre

Sunway is determined to raise standards in healthcare and education, providing the best possible to not just Malaysians, but the 630 million strong population of the ASEAN region.

– Tan Sri Datuk Dr Jeffrey Cheah, Sunway Group Chairman

The Cambridge University together with Sunway Group and the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation had recently signed several agreements that mark the 800-year-old university’s first such entry into Asia.

As part of the collaboration, Sunway Clinical Research Centre under Sunway Medical Centre will be a regional site partner of the Cambridge University of Clinical Medicine.

The clinical research centre was launched by Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr S. Subramaniam held at Sunway University recently.

“Cambridge University’s decision to collaborate with us further testifies to Sunway’s commitment to excellence and to giving back to society.

“At Sunway, we are determined to raise standards in healthcare and education, providing the best possible to not just Malaysians, but the 630 million strong population of the Asean region.

These agreements mark the beginning of a new stage in an exceptional partnership. Working together, we are poised to make a distinct contribution to some of the world’s major medical challenges.

– Professor Stephen Toope, Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University

“Making people’s lives better is fundamental to what we do here because we’re passionate about sustainable development,” said Sunway Group chairman Tan Sri Datuk Dr Jeffrey Cheah, who is also founding trustee of the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation.

Cambridge University vice-chancellor Professor Stephen Toope said: “These agreements mark the beginning of a new stage in an exceptional partnership. Working together, we are poised to make a distinct contribution to some of the world’s major medical challenges.”

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