INDIA – Aster DM Healthcare, through its flagship hospital Aster Medcity, has entered into a collaboration agreement with the University of Michigan Medical School focused on academic and scientific research development.
A world-class quaternary care center with one Multispeciality Hospital and eight separate Centres of Excellence, Aster Medcity combines the best of talent and technology to provide holistic treatment with a multidisciplinary approach.
The multispeciality hospital is located in the city of Kochi in Kerala and it is readily accessible from major cities across India for domestic medical value travellers.
Facilitated by Aster Medcity, Aster DM Healthcare will work closely with the academic medical center of the University of Michigan to design and develop a variety of collaborative procedures for healthcare purposes.
Aster DM Healthcare and the University of Michigan will jointly create enormous possibilities to support academic and scientific endeavours while empowering healthcare providers in India and the United States.
In addition, the industry-university collaboration will allow Indian doctors access to the most cutting-edge information and abilities in the field of healthcare worldwide.
The partnership will focus on key areas including knowledge transfer, through collaborative research projects in areas of shared interest, and the exchange of academic publications and reports.
It will also enable the sharing of experiences with cutting-edge teaching strategies and course design between Aster Medcity and the University of Michigan Medical School.
Aster DM Healthcare and the University of Michigan will also partner to organize joint symposia, workshops, and conferences.
On his part, Dr. Azad Moopen, Founder, Chairman, and Managing Director of Aster DM Healthcare lauded the collaboration between the University of Michigan Medical School and Aster Medcity in the field of education and research.
“It is our proud privilege to associate with this world-renowned institution to achieve the goal of transforming healthcare through academic and scientific interactions and cutting-edge technology,” he said.
He underscored that the two-way learning and cooperation in various frontiers of healthcare will significantly offer support to the medical fraternity and the patients in India and the United States.
“As a result of this collaboration, opportunities for faculty growth and exchange, student mobility, and visiting research scholars will be made possible across the organizations,” added Dr. Moopen.
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