March 4, 2018

VIENNA - Well-planned and ethical research projects are vital to advance knowledge, but getting studies off the ground is becoming increasingly difficult. Dr. Vicky Goh, a professor of clinical cancer imaging at King's College Hospital in London, reveals what lessons she has learned during her career and how she goes about obtaining the all-important funding.

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Dr. Vicky Goh from London.

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