RCSI to deliver joint pharmacy programme with Chinese University

Gerry O'Sullivan

Posted: 17 September, 2018

The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) has signed an agreement with Soochow University in China that will enable the delivery of a joint pharmacy programme.  The collaboration was supported by funds awarded under the Government of Ireland International Academic Mobility Programme 2018.  A call for 2019 will issue in the coming days.

Banner Photo: RCSI’s Kenneth Mealy and Soochow University President Prof. Sidong Xiong at the signing of the agreement.





Background (l-r) Prof. Cathal Kelly, CEO, RCSI; Prof. Weipeng Wang, Vice Dean of Undergraduate Education, Soochow University;  Prof. Liyan Miao, Vice-President, First Affiliated Hospital Soochow University; Mr. Zheng Gong, Director of College of Pharmaceutical Sciences; Mr. Michael McGrail, Director Corporate Strategy, RCSI; Prof. John Waddington, Professor Emeritus, RCSI; Prof. Eugen Chin, Dean of the College of Medicine, Soochow University;  Prof. Xuechu Zhen, Dean of the College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Soochow University; Prof. Paul Gallagher, Head of the School of Pharmacy, RCSI;  Dr. Helena Kelly, Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, RCSI;  Mr. Zhen LI, Undergraduate Academic Affairs office; Ms Ann Zhu, Deputy Director, International Office.

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