Symposium advances research partnership with top Chinese medical school

More than 80 Michigan Medicine leaders, faculty and staff made a recent visit to China to celebrate and advance the medical school’s largest international partnership.

Michigan Medicine-PKUHSC Joint Institute awards 12 new projects for 2019

A record 12 new research projects between UMMS faculty and collaborators in China have been funded through the Joint Institute (JI) partnership between Michigan Medicine and Peking University Health Science Center, in Beijing.

New program to bring students from China for PhD training

The University of Michigan Medical School is set to welcome more students from China for biomedical science training thanks to a new dual-degree agreement with Central South University’s Xiangya School of Medicine.

'We all sensed the passion': Training program kicks off for hospital administrators from abroad

Sixteen physicians and administrators from Peking University Third Hospital recently became the first to complete a new Global REACH training program for healthcare leaders from overseas.


JI partners seek better way to quickly diagnose critical sepsis

A Joint Institute research collaboration aims to drastically shorten the diagnostic and treatment window for patients with critical sepsis infections.

Global REACH to launch new training program for int'l hospital administrators from partner institutions

A Michigan Medicine-run training program for visiting hospital administrators from abroad will launch in earnest this year with a visiting group from Peking University Health Science Center (PKUHSC), a longtime partner school in China.


Genetics in the palm of your hand: New JI project brings portable sequencing to the bedside

While advances in genetics have revolutionized things like cancer treatment, the impact has not been universal across all areas of medicine.

Visiting PUHSC doctor spends year at Michigan Medicine

A Chinese physician is spending a full year at Michigan Medicine to learn nuclear cardiology techniques.


U-M hosts Biomed Conference for Chinese alumni

Dozens of UMMS-educated Chinese medical researchers returned to Ann Arbor recently for a first-of-its-kind Michigan China Biomedical Forum.


Particulate matters of the heart: Air pollution and Cardiovascular function

Short-term exposure to high levels of air pollution can cause elevated blood pressure even in healthy adults, according to a newly published paper by Joint Institute researchers.


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