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MedImmune joins Sensor CDT industrial consortium

last modified Jun 03, 2015 03:12 PM
The pharmaceutical company MedImmune will sponsor up to two Sensor CDT studentships per year.

The international pharmaceutical company MedImmune has joined the consortium of industrial partners of the Sensor CDT. With its major R&D hub based in Cambridge, MedImmune has already strong links with individual researchers from Cambridge University and the Sensor CDT. Over the coming years MedImmune will support up to two PhD studentships per year in sensor areas related to pharmaceutical research. Students will be able to join the Sensor CDT with the agreement to pursue their PhD on a MedImmune project after completing their MRes year.

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