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University of Michigan and AKU to deepen ties

21 June 2021

The University of Michigan (U-M) and the Aga Khan University (AKU) have agreed to deepen their collaboration across a range of academic and scientific initiatives to transform data science for global health. Joseph Kolars, director of the U-M Centre for Global Health Equity and AKU Provost and Vice President Carl Amrhein signed an agreement between the two institutes during a virtual ceremony at the end of last week. U-M President Mark Schlissel and AKU President Firoz Rasul also attended the signing ceremony. During the event, both universities acknowledged how their shared values would enable them to launch projects that would generate knowledge and create opportunities to expand access to high-quality health care and education.