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The Future Cities Institute is a joint venture, built on existing strengths and research collaboration between Sunway University and Lancaster University
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The bio-medical science centre is considered the centerpiece of the largest biotech cluster outside the United States..
Sunway Medical Centre launched its first Cambridge-Royal Papworth-Sunway Heart and Lung Symposium. Part of a collaboration with the Cambridge University-affiliated Royal Papworth Hospital (UK).
Professor Chas Bountra of University of Oxford’s Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine gave a talk at the 2nd Cambridge-Oxford-Sunway Biomedical Symposium. Titled, ‘How We Are Transforming the Discovery of New Medicines,’ the symposium was held in Sunway University.
The Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences celebrates its 10th anniversary. JCSMHS looking to collaborate with top medical schools in Harvard University and Cambridge University. Other potential tie-ups include partnerships with universities in Australia, Indonesian, Thailand and the U.S.
The University of Cambridge partners with Sunway Group and the Jeffrey Cheah Foundation to advance healthcare and education in the country. Sunway Medical Centre announced it will establish the Sunway Clinical Research Centre – serving as a regional site partner of the School of Clinical Medicine of the University of Cambridge. University of Cambridge and Royal Papworth Hospital will establish a joint programme between the Cambridge’s School of Clinical Medicine, SunMed, Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences, and Sunway University.
Sunway University and South Korean universities to collaborate on entrepreneurial development. Sunway University signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Leading University for Start-Up Business Association (LUSBA). The MoU allows participating universities to tap into a two-way flow of resources such as joint-research in the field of entrepreneurship.
Sunway Group launches Sunway Innovation Labs to encourage development of the start-up ecosystem in Malaysia. Sunway Innovation Labs is a not-for-profit partnership involving Sunway University, Sunway Group and Sunway Ventures.
Sunway Group and Sunway Property donated two units of dialysis machines worth RM100,000. 7,000 patients diagnosed with kidney failure in Malaysia yearly.