Best practices for university-healthcare partnerships: Lessons from Oxford

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Dr. Phil Clare of the University of Oxford discusses his organization’s approach to translating academic research into new healthcare products and services.


Dr. Phil Clare
Deputy Director, Research Services (Knowledge Exchange and Engagement)
University of Oxford

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