Aster DM Healthcare signs MOU with University of Michigan for collaborative academic and scientific efforts

The MoU will provide medical professionals at Aster DM Healthcare access to best global practices, skills, and exchange of ideas

The University of Michigan Medical School and Aster DM Healthcare have signed a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that will allow Indian doctors access to the most cutting-edge information and abilities in the field of healthcare worldwide. This MoU signed with Aster Medcity, a division of Aster DM Healthcare situated in Kochi, Kerala incorporates a variety of collaborative procedures, creating enormous possibilities to support academic and scientific endeavours while empowering healthcare providers.

Dr Azad Moopen, Founder CMD, Aster DM Healthcare said, “I am happy to announce 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. The two-way learning and cooperation in various frontiers of healthcare will go a long way in helping the medical fraternity and the patients in India and the US.”

The University of Michigan Medical School is the first medical school in the US to establish a university hospital to train future doctors. They were among the first institutions to alter the role of the student from one of a passive observer to one of an active participant in the learning process through the adoption of the current science-based curriculum and the introduction of high-quality laboratory instruction and clerkships.

The MoU will promote international cooperation and cover a wide range of topics, such as knowledge transfer, through collaborative research projects in areas of shared interest, the exchange of academic publications and reports, the sharing of experiences with cutting-edge teaching strategies and course design, and organise joint symposia, workshops, and conferences.

Additionally, as a result of this collaboration, opportunities for faculty growth and exchange, student mobility, and visiting research scholars will be made possible across the organisations.

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