News and Events

September 2012

It is our pleasure to present to you the most recent issue of the Joint Institute quarterly newsletter.

In this issue, you'll read about three JI cardiologists from Peking University currently in Ann Arbor where they are extending their training experiencs and research efforts. And you'll read about joint research in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and the study of the subtle differences in Chinese and US patients with the disease. Read newsletter...

 

April 2012

It is our pleasure to present to you the most recent issue of the Joint Institute quarterly newsletter.

In this edition of the newsletter, you will find – among other news and updates – articles about the expertise and hard work of principle investigators engaged in joint research projects related to the hepatitis C virus (HCV) and the high–density lipoprotein (HDL). Also included is an announcement about the postdoctoral training award that the University of Michigan Medical Center recently received from the Fogarty International Center.  We are happy to add that, since this edition went to print, two awardees have been chosen to train at the Peking University Health Science Center beginning this summer. Read newsletter...

 

December 2011

It is our pleasure to present to you the inaugural issue of the Joint Institute quarterly newsletter.

In this issue, you'll read about the status of our research programs, recent grants awarded, upcoming visits and events, student and trainee opportunities, and more – a reflection of all that is possible in this time of dynamic growth in China and great change in academic medicine in the U.S. This partnership provides the vehicle for taking advantage of these incredible possibilities, and this newsletter will keep you abreast of the opportunities and inquiries we receive about what we can accomplish together. Read newsletter...

 

September 2011

A partnership that is built to last was celebrated in Beijing on September 19th, as leaders from the University of Michigan and Peking University Health Science Center gathered to kick off a symposium and celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Joint Institute.

At the one-year anniversary, leaders of the Joint Institute indicated they are happy with the progress so far, but acknowledged more work lies ahead. Six pilot studies have been launched and investigators have established three research cores, or platforms, to support research: a common Institutional Review Board, a biorepository/biomedical informatics core and a core dedicated to the science of collaboration.

 

 

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