Major Donation Boosts African Drug Discovery and Development

University of Cape Town
Publication Date:
30 June 2019
Africa, South Africa, Health and Medicine, Science and Biotechnology

University of Cape Town alumnus and former chairman and CEO of Coca-Cola, Neville Isdell, has donated $1,242,160 towards the university's Drug Discovery and Development Centre, H3D. The donation will be used partly for a groundbreaking new project which could ultimately lead to better directed drug dosages for diverse African populations.


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