The University of Las Palmas of Gran Canaria (ULPGC) and the General staff of the armed forces of Senegal sign a collaborative framework agreement for the development of joint academic and research action programmes in the field of Medical technology.
The event will take place next Monday, December 10 at 10.30 pm. In the 26th of April of the ULPGC. C/Juan de Quesada, 30. Vegueta. The agreement will be signed by the Rector of the ULPGC, Rafael Robaina, and to the Doctor Colonel Ibrahima Diouf, Director of health of the general Staff of the armed forces of Senegal.
The professor and Director of the medical and Audiovisual Technology Group (GTMA) of the University Institute of Biomedical and Sanitary Research (IUIBS) of the ULPGC, Juan Ruiz Alzola, will also attend the event.
The agreement stems from the collaboration initiated with Senegalese institutions within the framework of the INTERREG MACbioIDi project, with the aim of advancing training, R & D, innovation and technology transfer in the field of medical technology and development. Sustainable, promoting technological options that are sustainable and inclusive.
The collaboration, which will take an initial duration of 4 years, consists of conducting studies and joint research, exchange of teachers, researchers and students, participation in academic and outreach activities, as well as training and Improvement of teachers and researchers in the field of medical technology.
On behalf of the ULPGC, the vice-Rector for internationalization and cooperation, Richard Clouet, will act as members of the follow-up Commission; The Vice-Rector for research, innovation and transference, José Pablo Suárez; And the professor and Director of the medical and Audiovisual Technology Group (GTMA) of the University Institute of Biomedical and Sanitary Research (IUIBS) of the ULPGC, Juan Ruiz Alzola.