OVER
20 YEARS
OF
COLLABORATION
 
 
​ HIGHLIGHTS 
8 April 2019
Student Kirsty Kwok shares her experience from training in CUHK to continuing her research studies at Erasmus MC. It is greatly encouraging to see the collaboration between Prof Martin Chan of CUHK and Prof Marion Koopmans of Erasmus MC go beyond a partnership between PIs ...
6-9 October 2018
Hosted by LMU Munich, the second annual GAME meeting was successfully held in Munich, with the participation of Deans and Principle Investigators from member universities. Members gathered to review progresses on collaborative research projects ...
20-21 February 2018
The CUHK team of the Healthy Start Network project under GAME, led by Prof Ting-fan Leung (paediatrics), visited Sophia Children’s Hospital and Erasmus Medical Center (EMC) in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Team members include Prof Wing-hung Tam (obstetrics), Prof Ronald Ma ...
3 February 2018
An Erasmus MC delegation comprised of Prof Maikel Peppelenbosch, Professor of Experimental Gastroenterology and Head of the Laboratory of Gastroenterology and Hepatology; Prof Gwenny Fuhler, Associate Professor of the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology ...
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COLLABORATION

In March 2016, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between our Faculty of Medicine and the Erasmus MC to further strengthen the ties between our two institutions.

 

Student mobility between the two establishments is encouraged to benefit both undergraduate and graduate students in their study, research, or clinical experience.

 

Cooperation between academic staff through exchanges, joint research projects, and other activities such as joint education programs and clinical trials is encouraged.

 
CUHK

Ms Kathy Chan

Office of Global Engagement,

Faculty of Medicine

Email kathychan@cuhk.edu.hk

Ms Charlotte Anraad
 

Jr. Advisor International Affairs,
Research Development Office,
Erasmus MC 

Email c.anraad@erasmusmc.nl

 

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  • Faculty of Medicine, CUHK