Why should collaboration enhance oncology drug innovation?

Sukhun Kang discusses the importance of collaborating between private and public businesses to increase oncology development

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How can public and private healthcare bodies work together to increase innovation in oncology drug development?

In this episode of the Why podcast, Sukhun Kang, an award-winning PhD student at London Business School, answers this question as he discusses his research into oncology drug development. A research project sponsored by the Wheeler Institute for Business and Development He explains how innovation in this field could be transformed and enhanced by greater collaboration – particularly between public bodies and the private sector.

Sukhun Kang is a PhD student in Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School. He’s recently been awarded the school’s prestigious Sir James Ball PhD Prize.

Zoë Stumpf is Head of Thought Leadership & Research Amplification at London Business School.


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