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Ms Zhilian Jia and Ms Hong Shao are the first Fung Scholars at DPAG.

Hong Shao, Sarah Noujaim, Zhilian Jia
Hong Shao, Sarah Noujaim, Zhilian Jia

Fung Scholarsips are managed by the Oxford University International Strategy Office and they enable talented undergraduate and graduate students to get exposed to research at University of Oxford. There are up to 10 scholarships issued a year. Ms Shao and Ms Jia both came from Professor Qiang Wu's Laboratory from Shanghai Center for Systems Biomedicine, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and are spending 6 weeks in the laboratory of Professor Zoltan Molnar to study cerebral cortical development.

Their work has been supervised by Dr Fernando Garcia Moreno and Dr Chika Okusha and Mrs Sarah Noujaim has been organising the trip in collaboration with the International Strategy Office.

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