The Al Jalilah Foundation, a member of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Initiative, announced the signing of an agreement between the Mohammed bin Rashid Medical Research Center of the camp and the Mohammed bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences to develop biomedical research in the United Arab Emirates. .
As part of the partnership agreement, the Al Jalilah Foundation will set aside an annual fund of eight million dirhams for the benefit of the Mohammed bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences in support of the university’s research efforts.
The partnership aims to promote medical research and improve the quality of research projects on both sides.
Dr. Raja Al Kurk, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Al Jalilah Foundation and Chairman of the Board, reaffirms the Foundation’s commitment to integrate research and innovation into the UAE’s long – term health care strategy for investment in medical research. To protect the health of the community.
The foundation has so far awarded scholarships to 18 undergraduate and 17 undergraduate students studying medicine at Mohammed bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences, and has invested 13 million dirhams to improve Emirati medical expertise. Grants. Specializes in heart disease, cancer and mental health.
Abdul Karim Sultan Al Olama, CEO of the Al Jalilah Foundation, said: “Scientific research is the most important source for finding ways to diagnose and treat diseases. We hope so.
Dr. Muhammad bin Rashid is the Vice President of the University of Medical and Health Sciences. Amar Sharif said: “Scientific research, along with its methods and practices, is one of the most important requirements for any field of knowledge, and we are interested in expanding its scope in the field of treatment and health. That fact must be taken into account. “
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