LMU Klinikum and the AIIMS will collaborate on joint research initiatives, student and faculty exchanges and multi-centre clinical trials.
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Press Trust of India | September 16, 2023 | 03:39 PM IST
NEW DELHI: The All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) New Delhi and Klinikum der Universität München (LMU Klinikum) Munich have signed a non-binding agreement to explore potential collaborations in the fields of medicine and life sciences, a statement said on Saturday.
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This agreement sets the framework for future cooperative activities aimed at advancing research, education and innovation in medical and healthcare domains. LMU Klinikum and AIIMS have established a partnership with the shared goal of fostering academic and scientific exchanges, the statement issued by AIIMS said.
Both institutions are renowned for their contributions to healthcare and medical research and this MoU marks the beginning of a promising collaboration, it said. "LMU Klinikum and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences will explore various areas of collaboration, including joint research initiatives, educational exchanges involving students and faculty in the fields of medicine and life sciences, and the possibility of conducting multi-centre clinical trials, delving into digital medicine, and harnessing artificial intelligence for medical advancements. Specific research collaborations will be formalised through separate written agreements," the statement said.
This MoU allows for open and constructive discussions for advancement research, teaching learning and any advancements in the healthcare domain. "In signing this MoU, LMU Klinikum and AIIMS affirm their dedication to advancing medical knowledge, patient care and healthcare innovation through international collaboration. "This agreement lays the foundation for future initiatives that will benefit both institutions and contribute to the global healthcare community," said Dr Rima Dada, professor in-charge of AIIMS' Media Cell.
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