IJN and Oxford University to collaborate in research


University of Oxford's Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research head of Clinical Trials Group and the university's research lecturer Dr Masliza Mahmod, with (from left) National Heart Institute (IJN) chief clinical officer Datuk Dr Aizai Azan Abdul Rahim, IJN chief executive officer Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Azhari Yakub and IJN's Private Healthcare Division operations director Datuk Dr Mohamed Ezani Md Taib during the IJN team's visit to the university.

OXFORD: The National Heart Institute (IJN) is in talks with the University of Oxford's Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research over a collaboration to expand its research works.

IJN chief executive officer Datuk Seri Dr Mohd Azhari Yakub said the hospital is looking forward to the collaboration to carry out research in various subspecialising areas relating to the heart and genetics.

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