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SAHZU-UCLA Clinical Research Training Workshop Successfully Held
Date:2019.04.03 14:01:00

On March 22 and 23, the SAHZU-UCLA Clinical Research Training Workshop was successfully held at SAHZU, Hangzhou, China. 6 prominent UCLA researchers, including Prof. Jack Needleman, fellow of National Academy of Medicine and Chair of Department of Health Policy and Management of UCLA Fiedling School of Public Health, Prof. Steven Dubinett, UCLA Associate Vice Chancellor for Research, and Prof. Zuofeng Zhang, Associate Dean of UCLA Fiedling School of Public Health, were invited to deliver speeches at the workshop. UCLA experience on clinical trial design, research infrastructure innovation, clinical epidemiology study, bayesian statistics and big data were kindly shared with hundreds of SAHZU research talents, department chairs and hospital leadership. UCLA experts even had one-on-one clinical study consultation with SAHZU researchers. 

On March 21, Prof. Dubinett made a speech titled Immunity and inflammation in the pathogenesis of lung cancer at SAHZU Grand Round and toured the hospital campus after the speech.

SAHZU and UCLA have worked extensively with each other on telemedicine, faculty training and academic exchange since 2009 and gradually expanded the collaboration area to joint research over past several years. The goal is to develop an enhanced relationship with a focus on research collaboration based on the current telemedicine and training programs. So SAHZU considers this workshop a critical step and an impetus to achieve this goal and look forward to future collaboration in research area.