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Chinese Delegation Signs Collaboration Agreement

2017-04-12 10:15:48      Author: Chen Jiao

Chuanzhu  Lv, M.D., president of Hainan Medical University, and Changsheng Wang,  president of Chinalink Medical Investment Inc., met with UNMC Chancellor  Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., on May 19 to sign a collaboration agreement  between Hainan Medical University and UNMC.

Dr. Gold called the signing "the beginning of yet another really important relationship we have with the people of China.

"We  have had well more than a decade of very effective exchange programs  for students, research and clinical care, and this is just the beginning  of another journey together."

Dr. Lv called it a "great honor" to visit UNMC, which he called one of the most famous universities in the world.

"It's  our honor to be in partnership with you," he said. "I agree with what  Chancellor Gold just expressed . . . We wish we can deepen and broaden  our collaboration in the future."

Dr.  Lv and Wang were part of a delegation which spent five days visiting  UNMC facilities and meeting with campus leaders to discuss further  collaborations in medical research, education and training, and patient  care.

The  signing is the latest step in UNMC's relationship with the Hainan  Medical University (HMU) and Chinalink Medical Investment Inc.(CMI).

UNMC  established a Sino-U.S. Lymphoma Center at the HMU Hospital in 2011.  Several UNMC faculty have visited HMU, and UNMC has provided pathology  consultation on many clinical cases and helped training of several  pathologists and oncologists from HMU.

A  few years ago, based on HMU/UNMC collaborations in lymphoma clinical  care and research, the HMU Hospital's Department of Hematology/Oncology  was recognized as one of China's key national departments in  hematology/oncology.

UNMC  also signed an agreement with HMU, Chinalink Inc., and Wenchang City  Council in 2013 to help build a state-of-the-art international hospital  in Wenchang City, Hainan, funded by CMI and to serve as a teaching  hospital for HMU. UNMC will play a vital role, mainly through  consultations and training, in the initial plan/design, construction and  the future operation of the hospital. The groundbreaking ceremony was  held in October 2015, and the hospital will open to the public in 2019.

Beginning  last year, UNMC helped in the training of the faculty and staff from  HMU. To date, 15 faculty members from HMU have received three-month  medical education training at UNMC. Also, there are currently three  senior medical students completing their rotations in various  departments.

Kai  Fu, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Office of International Relations at  the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center, credited Don Leuenberger,  former vice chancellor for business and finance, and Deb Thomas, interim  vice chancellor of business and finance, with important roles in  establishing the relationship with HMU. He added that Brad Britigan,  M.D., dean of the UNMC College of Medicine, and Gerald Moore, M.D.,  senior associate dean for academic affairs in the College of Medicine,  helped with the HMU faculty education and medical student rotations at  UNMC.

UNMC  Chancellor Jeffrey P. Gold, M.D., left, and Chuanzhu Lv, M.D.,  president of Hainan Medical University, display a gift Dr. Lv gave Dr.  Gold at the signing ceremony.