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Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research to set up its first Asian branch in Singapore
Date:11/5/2007

als, LICRs strong international presence will expand Singapores global scientific network and increase Singapores population of clinician-scientists and investigators. As Lim Chuan Poh, Chairman of A*STAR, said, The proposal to establish the LICR in Singapore is in line with Singapores goal to be an international biomedical hub.

Since last year, A*STAR and the Singapore Health Ministry have launched programmes to build Singapores capabilities in translational and clinical research to complement its strength in basic biomedical research. Disease areas of priority include cancer, metabolic/cardiovascular diseases, infectious diseases, neuroscience and eye diseases. By taking discoveries at the bench to be effected at the bedside, A*STAR and our partners aim to improve healthcare and benefit patients in Singapore and beyond, added Mr. Lim.


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