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Developing China's homegrown biotechnology workforce

Nature Biotechnology volume 26, pages 353354 (2008) | Download Citation

All the elements are in place for China's leap into the global biotech sector.

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I would like to thank Mao Mao (Merck), Edmund Tsuei (Roche), Tom Bliss (Amgen), Zemin Zhang and Joe McCracken (Genentech), Gunther Winkler, Huo Li and David Yang (Biogen Idec), Ling Su, Zhinan Xia, Zhijian Lu and Xiaoxiang Chen (Wyeth), Yupeng He (Abbott), Yuling Li (HGSI), Steven Ling Feng Liu (Fudan University), James Cai and Tony Ling (AstraZeneca), Weijun Li (Bayer), Mak Jawadekar (Pfizer), Zhu De-Min and Qu Xianlu (Merck), Matthew Levy and Chris Song (Applied Biosystems), Lance Han (Cyagen), Fung Ming Chiu (CUHK), Benjamin Lee and Bernard Chan (CDE Limited), Stephen Ip (TaiGen), Stephen Lam (HKSTP), Jack Lu (AQchem), Chen Chun-Lin (Medicilon/MPI) and Jintao Zhang (Medicilon), Kevin Zhou (SSTK), Zhu Huaxing (SinoBio), Brian Zhang (NovoMed), Michael Xu (PanAsia Bio), Jian Ni (Human Antibodomics), Xumu Zhang (Chiral Quest), William Pan and Faming Zhang (Crown Bioscience), Xian-Ping Lu and XQ Ning (Chipscreen), Ying Luo (Shanghai Genomics), Yaozhou Shi (Shanghai BioChip), Angela Wong (Wuxi PharmaTech), Albert Yu and Terence Lau (Hai Kang Life), Howard Young (NCI), Ching Ching Wu and Huiling Wei (Purdue University), Joseph Li (University of Utah), Reinhard Ebner (Avalon Pharmaceuticals), Yihan Wang (Ariad) and Edward Chang (Dyax) for their excellent comments and suggestions.

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