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Contact Singapore Networking Sessions

18 Sep 2013 - 18 Sep 2013 - The British Library Conference Centre, London, UK



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Singapore is renowned as a world leader in medical research and innovation. Contact Singapore, together with some of Singapore’s leading medical and research institutes, invite you to join us at our networking sessions to find out more about the clinician-science landscape and career opportunities available in Asia’s biomedical sciences hub. 

Participating partners at these events include National University of Singapore, SingHealth and the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore. We look forward to meeting you at our upcoming event. 

For more information and to register, please visit: http://www.contactsingapore.sg/Clinical/UK2013  




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