Promoting Collaborations Between Biomedical Scholars in the U.S. and Sub-Saharan Africa

International Journal

Exp. Biol. Med. 2008;233:277-285 Jan 01, 2008

“The author’s aim is to encourage medical students, resident doctors, and medical school faculty to devote a part of their career to teach, acquire clinical skills, or participate in research with health professionals at teaching hospitals in Africa. After briefly describing the thinking that led the author to Nigeria 30 years ago to teach and study biochemical aspects of health problems…, he discusses some of the factors one needs to consider before entering into an international partnership, i

Author
Robert H. Glew

Region
Central Africa
Eastern Africa
Southern Africa
West Africa

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Topic
Innovation
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