Indonesia’s Universitas Alma Ata links with TMU

Source: Taipei Medical University

Published on 2018-06-05

A visit from the leaders of an eminent Indonesian university has resulted in a cooperation agreement with TMU. President Hamam Hadi, Health Technology Faculty Dean Sri Werdati, International Cooperation Director Chahya Kusuma and Dr. Sutjipto from the faculty of Universitas Alma Ata signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the College of Public Health on January 17, 2018.


During his visit, President Dr. Hamam Hadi was invited to give a speech on “The Double Burden of Disease and Nutritional Health Problems in Indonesia: Potential for Collaborative Research.” This multi-faceted visit and collegial discussion helped the two sides better understand each other’s resources and together create a blueprint for cooperation.

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