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Oxford University and the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS) signed a cooperation agreement at a virtual unveiling ceremony of the CAMS Oxford Institute.

CAMS Oxford Institute unveiled at virtual ceremony. © Fisher Studios

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford formally unveiled the CAMS Oxford Institute (COI), a joint institute base in Oxford and supported by Oxford University and Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences/Peking Union Medical school.

The Institute will deliver outstanding science and help to develop innovative medicines to tackle infectious diseases and cancer.

The virtual event, hosted by The Nuffield Department of Medicine, on Oxford’s Old Road Campus, on Thursday 28th April, was attended by Chen Wang (President of CAMS/PUMC), Zeguang Zheng (Chinese Ambassador, Chinese Embassy London), Jianxue Sheng (Secretary General of China scholarship Council) and Xuetao Cao (President of Nankai University and Co-Director of COI).

Read the full story on the University of Oxford website.