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|1||singapore||National University of Singapore||TUMS, NUS Sign MoU Tehran University of Medical Sciences (TUMS) and the National University of Singapore (NUS) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Monday 29 April 2019. The MoU was signed on the sideline of the first day of the 7th World Health Summit Regional Meeting in Kish Island. The MoU was signed by Professor Ali Akbari Sari, Dean of TUMS’s School of Public Health and his counterpart Professor Teo Yik Ying, Dean of NUS’s Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. The exchange of scientific, academic and technical information and appropriate academic materials and other information of mutual interest owned by the two universities was the main subject of the MoU. The agreement also covers the identification of opportunities for exchange and cooperation and joint research and development in areas of mutual interest. As part of the MoU, the two sides further agreed to organize and participate in joint academic and scientific activities such as seminars and conferences. Lastly, they committed to promotion of joint research, education and capacity building activities. The universities foresaw the formation of a management committee to oversee implementation of activities mentioned as part of the MoU or define new areas and programs of collaboration. They also agreed to have their representatives meet periodically to negotiate and conclude specific agreements and programs of cooperation, and agree on appropriate funding for implementation of joint projects.||nus,Tums|
|2||Portugal||University of Coimbra||TUMS & University of Coimbra Ink MoU Tehran University of Medical Sciences and the Portuguese University of Coimbra have signed a mutual cooperation Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to develop educational collaboration and exchange of technology. According to the TUMS official web site, the MoU was signed on the sidelines of the 9th World Health Summit in Berlin, Germany, between the two universities for a three-year term. Global health and hygiene, exchange of transplantation knowledge, joint education and research, and exchange of professors and students are among the issues agreed in the document. This agreement was signed in presence of Portugal’s Minister of Health, Adalberto Campos Fernandes, and Iran’s Deputy Minister of Health, Iraj Harirchi. Germany’s Federal Minister of Health Hermann Gröhe and some other officials also attended the ceremony, according to a Farsi report by Mehr News Agency. The University of Coimbra is a Portuguese public university in Coimbra, Portugal. Established in 1290, it is one of the oldest universities in continuous operation in the world, the oldest university of Portugal, and one of the country’s largest higher education and research institutions.||Coimbra,Tums|
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