ACADEMIA

Univ. of Tokyo, Biogen Expand Neurological Research Program for 2 Years

July 9, 2020
The University of Tokyo and Biogen Japan said on July 8 that they have extended the collaboration period by two years for their research program to develop innovative therapies for brain and neurological disorders. The collaboration, which started in July…

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