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Johns Hopkins University to set up hospital in Malaysia
Updated: Saturday September 25, 2010 MYT 9:07:09 PM
By WONG CHUN WAI
http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2010/9/25/nation/20100925123748&sec=nation

NEW YORK: The world-renowned teaching and research medical institution Johns Hopkins University will be setting up a school and hospital in Malaysia.

It will be Malaysia's first private teaching hospital with research facilities.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said a site in Serdang, Selangor, had been picked to set up the facilities, which would become a medical research hub for the region.

Foreigners and locals would comprise the first intake of about 100 students. The teaching staff would be made up of lecturers from Johns Hopkins as well as both local and Asian lecturers.

The medical school, he said, would offer a four-year programme, adding that it would be a private initiative between Malaysian and American investors.

Speaking to Malaysian newsmen here on Friday evening, he said an agreement would be signed early next month.

The Prime Minister did not give details of the project but it is understood that a Malaysian public listed company would be involved in the medical city plan, estimated to cost RM1.8bil.

There are Johns Hopkins University campuses in China, Singapore, Italy and the United States. The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, is a private, non-profit institution.

Earlier, Najib met Dr Mohan Chellappa, the president of Global Ventures, Johns Hopkins Medicine International, where the Prime Minister was believed to be given an update on the 600-bed private hospital.

On Monday, the Prime Minister is scheduled to visit the New York Stock Exchange at Wall Street in lower Manhattan, where he has been given the honour of pressing the closing bell to mark the end of the day’s trading on the world’s largest stock exchange.

The symbolic ceremony will be telecast live by CNBC. The next day, Najib will give an interview to CNN’s Fareed Zakaria.
 

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Turiya in RM2b healthcare project
By Vasantha Ganesan Published: 2010/10/18
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_News/BTIMES/articles/hopkins17-2/Article/index_html

Academic Medical Centre, 80 per cent-owned by Chase Perdana and 20 per cent-owned by Turiya, will partner Johns Hopkins and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland

Two companies, including a listed entity linked to businessman Tan Sri Dr Mohan Swami, will partner world renowned Johns Hopkins Medicine International and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) in the RM2 billion healthcare project announced during the 2011 Budget last Friday.

It was revealed that Malaysia's Academic Medical Centre Sdn Bhd (AMC) will be involved in the project. AMC is 80 per cent-owned by Chase Perdana Bhd and 20 per cent-owned by Turiya Bhd (previously known as Sitt Tatt Bhd)(4359).

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak, when tabling the 2011 Budget last Friday, announced the partnership as part of the government's effort to intensify the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) initiative.

"This project is a joint-venture between AMC and Johns Hopkins Medicine International as well as the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland. This project involves a private investment of RM2 billion," Najib said.

Late last month, it was revealed that a new medical school together with a 600-bed teaching hospital and a research centre affiliated with Johns Hopkins University will be built in Serdang, Selangor, confirming a Business Times story in August of Johns Hopkins' entry into Malaysia.

A joint-venture agreement between the local parties and Johns Hopkins will be signed in November.

Mohan Swami is Turiya's executive chairman and was previously Chase Perdana executive chairman.

Turiya, in its annual report for the year-ended March 31 2010, describes AMC's principal activity as healthcare in a proposed development of a medical school, a 600-bed teaching hospital and a Life Sciences Research Centre and Technopark.

Industry estimates that the investment in the hospital including equipment but not land could alone cost between RM600 million and RM900million depending on the technology adopted.

Chase Perdana, the substantial shareholder of AMC, was a listed construction and property developer. It was delisted from Bursa Malaysia in May 2008.

A search with the Companies Commission of Malaysia showed that AMC was registered in December 2009 with an issued capital of RM1 million. Mohan Swami is the executive director of AMC.

Other directors include Datuk [email protected] Muhamat and Datuk Seri Mohd Salleh Mohd Said.

Turiya plans to expand its healthcare business with acquisition of companies involved in healthcare with emphasis on health services portal, medical and allied health sciences research, global network of laboratory medicine systems and the provision of medical laboratory management services.

Johns Hopkins has already partnered Turiya via a stake in the US-based Amcare Labs International, which provides pathology and laboratory medicine services and operates medical testing facilities. Amcare is an affiliate of Johns Hopkins Medicine International and Johns Hopkins Medical Laboratories.

In the financial year ended March 31, Turiya made a profit of RM26.5 million on a revenue of RM46.2 million.

Meanwhile, RCSI, in an e-mail to Business Times in August, said that it was considering further opportunities in Malaysia. Founded in 1784, RCSI is a not-for-profit academic institution dedicated to improving human health.

Louise Loughran, its associate director of communications & events, said that since it is a not-for-profit organisation, its challenge will always be to maintain and increase our revenue by actively seeking new projects and initiatives both in Ireland and worldwide.
 

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John Hopkins, RCSI to help medical varsity
Published: 2010/11/02
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_News/BTIMES/articles/20101102210839/Article/index_html

Johns Hopkins Medicine International and Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland will help provide courses at a RM2 billion ($648 million) medical university that will be built outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s Deputy Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin said.

Perdana University will be built as a public-private partnership on a 130-acre site in Serdang, near Putrajaya, with two medical schools and a 600-bed teaching hospital, Muhyiddin said. There will also be research and a life science research center.

“The savings to the government alone is estimated to be millions of ringgit annually as medical students need no longer be sent overseas for their education,” the deputy leader told reporters in Putrajaya today. “The university is also expecting a significant inflow of foreign students.”

Malaysia hopes the initiative can help reverse its brain drain by attracting physicians, specialists and researchers, including some of its own citizens currently working abroad. The government is establishing a so-called “Talent Corporation” to help convince its 700,000 nationals living abroad to return home and contribute to the Southeast Asian country’s growth story.

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today witnessed the signing of an agreement in Putrajaya with Johns Hopkins. Perdana will offer a four-year graduate program based on the U.S. medical university school’s curriculum, Muhyiddin said.

The second school will offer conventional five-year graduate program in collaboration with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, or RCSI, he said.

Perdana University will be funded by two Malaysian companies, Turiya Bhd. and Chase Perdana Sdn Bhd., according to today’s agreement.

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Tabung Haji, Mara in medical venture
By B.K. SIDHU
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Agencies to buy 45% in academic set-up linked to Johns Hopkins

PETALING JAYA: It is understood that Lembaga Tabung Haji and Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara) are expected to end up with a total of 45% equity stake in the newly-established Academic Medical Centre Sdn Bhd (AMC) that has a tie-up with world renowned Johns Hopkins Medicine International and Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI) in Ireland to offer courses at the soon to be set up RM2bil Perdana University Graduate School.

Tabung Haji is likely to end up with 30% stake while Mara 15% in AMC. The remaining 55% equity will be held jointly by two companies controlled by businessman Tan Sri Dr Mohan Swami (pic). The two companies are Turiya Bhd and Chase Perdana Sdn Bhd.

“The discussions with both Tabung Haji and Mara are still ongoing and we expect a deal to be hammered out by end of this month,'' said a source.


Tan Sri Dr Mohan Swami
It was announced during Budget 2011 last year that two companies owned by Mohan would partner Johns Hopkins Medicine and RCSI in the RM2bil healthcare project in a public-private partnership. The Government will not take a direct equity interest in this project but it would be represented by its agencies.

“It is the Government's intention to take up to 45% stake in the venture, and it will be via some of its agencies,'' Mohan, who is the executive chairman of AMC told StarBiz. He, however, declined to elaborate further. He is also executive chairman of Turiya and Chase Perdana.

Tabung Haji and Mara will each have a board seat at AMC after the deal is sealed. The current board of AMC comprises Mohan, Datuk [email protected] Muhamat, Datuk Seri Salleh Tun Said Keruak, and Datuk Dr Jeyaindran. Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is the advisor to the board.

“There is a lot of interest from other government agencies and also from local and foreign investment houses to take up equity stake in AMC. Most of the foreign investment houses that are keen on a stake are US-based. It is really up to the Government to identify which local agency would partner us in the venture,'' he added.

Asked if Turiya and Chase Perdana would reduce its AMC stake further from 55%, Mohan said: “We are not looking at reducing our stake in AMC ... Johns Hopkins is here because of my relationship with it. We have been working on this for a long time. In fact, it took us nearly 1 years to finalise the partnership.''

“This is also the first time a US program (in terms of a medical school) is coming here and naturally there has been a lot of interest in the project from other government agencies and investment houses,'' he added.

A site in Serdang has been identified for the two medical schools to be built, besides a 600-bed teaching hospital and a life science research centre. A joint-venture agreement between the local parties and Johns Hopkins was signed in November.

Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and RSCI will offer programs at the Perdana University and also provide academic expertise for the programs.

“They (Johns Hopkins) are not in this partnership for profit and their arrival and participation cannot be equated in dollars and cents. They are more than a 100 years old in research and development, education and hospital services.

“They will only get consultancy fees for their staff and will be compensated for expenses and their intellectual property. It is not about making money, it is all about a shared vision of improving healthcare globally,'' Mohan said.

Johns Hopkins has already partnered Turiya via a stake in the US-based Amcare Labs International, which provides pathology and laboratory medicine services and operates medical testing facilities. Amcare is an affiliate of Johns Hopkins Medicine International and Johns Hopkins Medical Laboratories.

Mohan said Turiya planned to expand its healthcare business through acquisitions of companies involved in healthcare with emphasis on health services portal, medical and allied health sciences research, global network of laboratory medicine systems and the provision of medical laboratory management services.
 

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Johns Hopkins medical programme in M’sia will be a big lure: PM
Updated: Friday May 20, 2011 MYT 9:27:21 PM
http://thestar.com.my/news/story.as...74149&sec=nation#13058852743631&if_height=656


Najib with The Dean's Special Recognition Award he received
from Johns Hopkins Medicine CEO Edward D. Miller.

WASHINGTON: The opening of the world-renowned teaching and research medical institution Johns Hopkins University in Serdang, Malaysia this September would be a big lure, said Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

The Prime Minister said it was expected to attract students, not only from other nations in the region, but also from Middle East and the Indian sub-continent.

"I am confident the Johns Hopkins medical programme will be a phenomenal lure," he said at an event to mark the establishment of the Johns Hopkins Dr Mohan Swami Institute for International Medical Education at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, about an hour's drive from here.

Najib arrived here Friday after a three-day working visit to New York.

Also present at the event Friday were Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin, Malaysian Ambassador to the United States Datuk Jamaluddin Jarjis, Tan Sri Mohan Swami and top leadership of the university, including Edward D. Miller, the Chief Executive Officer of Johns Hopkins University.

The Johns Hopkins medical programme will be offered in collaboration with Perdana University and offer the first private teaching hospital with world-class medical facilities to be established in Serdang under the Mohan's Chase Perdana group.

Najib said he was pleased to note that to staff all these facilities, there had been very good response not only from the local faculty in Baltimore but from others around the world, to teach, work and practice in the Malaysian campus.

According to the premier, his administration had embarked on a plan to actively seek out and encourage Malaysians abroad to return home and at the same time stepping up efforts for skills training at home.

"That is the one reason why I am personally so excited about this partnership and why I couldn't be more pleased with your decision to establish not only a graduate medical school, but also the first private teaching hospital and, more so, a centre for cutting edge clinical research," he added.

Najib said the establishment of the university would encourage more top graduates of Malaysia's universities to stay home, as they now had the chance to participate in the world's best medical school curriculum and advanced clinical research without leaving their country.

Dr Mohan said the first intake of students would be in September, with 100 students reporting at its temporary campus near the Mardi headquarters while a permanent campus was expected to be ready by 2013.

"We hope to take 75 students from Malaysia. About 50 JPA (Public Service Department) scholarship holders are expected to study in our university," said Dr Mohan who was the first Chancellor of HIHT University in India in 2008.

Dr Mohan, who is also the Executive Chairman of the Bursa Malaysia-listed Turiya Berhad, said the total development programme, including building a 600-bed teaching hospital, would be around RM2.4bil.

The Perdana university, which will offer post-graduate studies beginning next year, is to be built on a 52-hectare site in Serdang and is a totally private-funded initiative by Turiya Berhad and Chase Perdana working closely with the Public Private Partnership Unit (3PU).

The project was specifically mentioned in the 2011 budget presented by Najib on Oct 15 last year. - Bernama

Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine


The Perdana University permanent campus sits on a 130-acre site abutting the Malaysia Agro-Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS), five minutes from Putrajaya and 25 minutes from downtown Kuala Lumpur. Expected completion is in 2013.
 

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Perdana Quick Facts
- Founded in 2010 in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
- The first American-style graduate medical school in Malaysia
- Developed in concert with a fully integrated teaching hospital and research enterprise
- Located 25 minutes from downtown Kuala Lumpur in Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia
- Offering 100% tuition coverage for eligible Malaysian students.
Collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine
http://www.perdanauniversity.edu.my/pugsom/about/collaboration-with-johns-hopki/



Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine aims to transform medical education, research and patient care in Malaysia and throughout Asia. Our collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine is an essential element in the realization of this goal.

Why Johns Hopkins?

The Johns Hopkins University has a storied history of leadership in advancing the medical field. Over a period of more than a century, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine has built and sustained a reputation for innovation and excellence in patient care, education and research. Our collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine holds the potential to recreate that richly productive atmosphere on the Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine campus in Serdang, Salangor, Malaysia.

The Johns Hopkins University, founded in 1876, was the first research institution in the United States; its School of Medicine was the first to integrate a teaching hospital with a medical school. The Johns Hopkins Hospital was founded in 1889, followed four years later by the founding of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore. These events permanently altered the landscape of American medical education. Johns Hopkins ushered in a new era marked by rigorous entrance requirements for medical students, a medical school curriculum with emphasis on the scientific method, the incorporation of bedside teaching and laboratory research as part of the instruction, and integration of the School of Medicine with the Hospital through joint appointments.

Currently, Johns Hopkins remains a world leader as an institution of higher learning that is respected for its dedication to clinical care, education, and research. Examples of excellence include:

  • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is consistently ranked within the top three medical schools in US News and World Report;
  • Johns Hopkins Hospitak has been ranked #1 by US News and World Report for the past 20 years;
  • Johns Hopkins University has produced 34 Nobel Prize winners;
  • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine receives more federal research funding than any other US academic medical center.

Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine will welcome its first medical school class in 2011. Perdana University Hospital will open its doors to patients in 2015. Until the Perdana University Hospital opens, students will receive clinical instruction at surrounding affiliated hospitals.
What roles will Johns Hopkins Medicine play in the development of Perdana University?

Under its agreement with Perdana, Johns Hopkins will assist with the development of every major aspect of the new medical enterprise, including:
  • medical education programs
  • faculty recruitment and development
  • biomedical research programs
  • campus design and facilities planning
  • clinical affairs
  • student exchanges between Baltimore and Malaysia
Johns Hopkins also will guide academic development in alignment with the breakthroughs of their new Genes to Society curriculum and will consult on other important components, including the teaching environment and infrastructure, pedagogy, administration and student affairs.

In addition to the new medical school, Johns Hopkins will provide guidance on the design and development of a state-of-the-art teaching hospital that will include a full complement of ambulatory care facilities, diagnostic capabilities and ancillary support services. And, in a third major component of the agreement, Johns Hopkins will advise Malaysian colleagues on the development and integration of research programs across the entire medical enterprise.
 

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Ireland tie-up for students to do medicine locally
By RICHARD LIM Friday June 17, 2011
http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2011/6/17/nation/8917541&sec=nation

SERDANG: A collaboration with the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) will enable medical students to complete their undergraduate studies locally and save up to 50% in fees.

They can sign up for the course at Perdana University (PU).

“This programme will be a duplicate of what is delivered at RCSI in Dublin,” said the university's chief executive Maj Gen Datuk Dr R. Mohanadas yesterday in conjunction with a working visit by an RCSI delegation.

“We will deliver the same curriculum, adopt the same assessments and our examinations will be held on the same day, taking into account a seven-hour time difference.”

He added that a sizeable proportion of academics from RCSI would be at PU to ensure quality delivery.

During their working visit, the RCSI delegation expressed confidence in the partnership.

“I have enormous confidence in this project as it has been the product of active planning for a number of years now,” said RCSI chief executive Prof Cathal Kelly.

The PU-RCSI School of Medicine will hold its registration for new students on Sept 19, with classes commencing on Sept 26. Interested students have until July 31 to apply.
 

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I wonder where exactly the campus would be located... is it fronting the highway across the ioi resort city? This area already has a lot of nearby hospitals and educational institutions
 

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Perdana University launched; Dr M named chancellor
By MARTIN CARVALHO Updated: Monday September 12, 2011 MYT 3:42:01 PM
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SERDANG: Perdana University was launched by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on Monday.

Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was named the university's first chancellor.

The university is a collaboration with world-renowned Johns Hopkins University and the Royal College of Surgeons.

The university saw the first intake of 30 medical students on Monday.

In his speech, Najib said a significant number of the students would get government scholarships.

He added that the presence of the university would help put Malaysia on the world map for excellence in education and research in medicine.
 

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Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine


The Perdana University permanent campus sits on a 130-acre site abutting the Malaysia Agro-Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS), five minutes from Putrajaya and 25 minutes from downtown Kuala Lumpur. Expected completion is in 2013.
Perdana uni boost for education
Monday September 12, 2011
http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2011/9/12/nation/9479172&sec=nation

PETALING JAYA: The country's education sector is set to chalk another milestone when Perdana University begins offering world class medical courses via collaboration with the renowned Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. :cheers:

Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Khaled Nordin said the university's inauguration marked another feather in Malaysia's hat as it would see collaboration between two world class universities and a local institution of higher learning.

“The opening of Perdana University will be a boost for our education sector as it will now be more competitive and be able to fulfil promises of quality education, particularly in the field of medicine.

“This certainly complements the Government's efforts to promote Malaysia as a hub of education. It gives us an advantage over other countries by offering multi-discipline programmes to students,” he said yesterday.

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak will officiate at the opening of the university today, which will see former prime minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad appointed as its first chancellor.

The university is expected to start its intake of students this year.

The Government had announced the setting up of the Academic Medical Centre as part of its public-private partnership initiatives under the 10th Malaysia Plan.

Najib, in his 2011 Budget speech, said the joint venture between Academic Medical Centre Sdn Bhd, Johns Hopkins Medical International and the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland would involve a private investment of RM2bil.

There are currently more than 50 private higher learning institutes nationwide.
 

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PM hopes ‘world’s best medical curriculum’ will halt brain drain
By MARTIN CARVALHO Tuesday September 13, 2011
http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2011/9/13/nation/9487897&sec=nation



Over to you: Najib looking on as Dr Mahathir receives the certificate as
Perdana University chancellor from the chairman of the board of governors
Tan Sri Dr Mohan Swami after the installation ceremony in Serdang yesterday.

SERDANG: It is hoped the newly-opened Perdana University, a collaboration with two renowned international medical universities, will prevent a brain drain of top medical graduates.

“I hope the chance to study the best medical curriculum in the world will encourage more of our country's top graduates to stay at home,” said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Perdana University is a joint effort with the Johns Hopkins University and the Royal College of Surgeons.

It will be the first teaching medical school for the country.

He said the collaboration with the world renowned US and Irish medical universities would help establish the university as a world-class education research healthcare hub.

“This new university, a far-sighted collaboration between the Government's Public-Private Unit and the corporate sector, is something of a landmark for Malaysia,” Najib said when officiating the university yesterday.

He also announced that the Government would provide a significant number of scholarships to Malaysians selected to pursue their medical training at the university.

The university saw the first intake of 30 medical students yesterday from Johns Hopkins, with another 75 students from the Royal College of Surgeons.

Former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad was installed as the university's first Chancellor.

Later, at a press conference, the university's chief executive Datuk Dr R. Mohanadas said the Public Service Department would provide scholarships to 50% of local students selected to study at the university.

“Some 90% of students will be locals,” he said.

The RM2.5bil university with its 600-bed hospital will be fully operational by 2014 and have 1,000 students.
 

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Perdana university has taken over few halls/buildings at the Maeps Serdang, perhaps for temporary occupation.. before the land is purchased and the permanent campus is built
 

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http://perdanauniversity.edu.my/pugsom/about/facilities/





Develop and operate the first fully integrated private four-year graduate medical school and academic medical center in Malaysia, with an emphasis on education, clinical care and research.

Timeline
2011

Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine opens on a temporary campus on the Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang (MAEPS) campus, located 5 minutes from Putrajaya and 25 minutes from downtown Kuala Lumpur.

2011-2012

Planning and construction of state-of-art 600 bed teaching hospital, medical education building, research facilities, biotechnology campus, student and staff housing, recreational facilities, roadway improvement and commercial complex occurs.

2014

Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine's Medical Education Building, with state-of-the-art teaching facilities, opens, along with research and biotechnology facilities, student housing, a commercial complex, and recreational facilities.

2014-2015

Perdana University Hospital, the first teaching hospital in Malaysia connected to a private four-year graduate school of medicine, opens.
 

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Medical Campus Master Plan
Perdana University/Johns Hopkins Medicine International, Selango, Malaysia
http://asg-architects.com/portfolio/jhu-perdana/



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The master plan for Malaysia’s Perdana University Graduate School of Medicine envisions the integration of healthcare and research facilities on acreage outside Kuala Lumpur. This academic medical center is being developed with Johns Hopkins Medicine to support an innovative approach to education based on its American curriculum. Laboratory and hospital buildings are organized to encourage discovery and collaboration among medical researchers and clinicians. Sustainability, operational efficiency and cultural sensitivity support the entire plan.
 
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