Abu Dhabi: The Centre for Forensic and Digital Sciences of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) welcomed a delegation from the Dubai Medical College for Girls in a bid to foster cooperation, partnership, and knowledge exchange in areas of mutual interest.
This collaborative initiative aligns with the directives of Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Vice President, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Presidential Court, and Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, who emphasizes the importance of sharing experiences with relevant authorities, enhancing institutional capacities, and implementing global best practices through seamless integration between various institutions.
During their meeting, both parties explored opportunities to strengthen their effective partnership, with a particular focus on specialized scientific research in toxicology, chemistry, and forensic medicine. They also discussed the potential utilization of the Centre’s scientific expertise for training students from the Faculty of Medicine in related fields.
While touring the Centre’s facilities, the visiting delegation expressed their admiration for the capabilities, expertise, and scientific and technical level of the chemistry laboratory. They emphasized the significance of continued visits and exchanges between the two entities to further enhance collaboration and knowledge sharing.
The collaboration between the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department and the Dubai Medical College for Girls marks a crucial step in the pursuit of advancing forensic and medical sciences in the UAE. By promoting cooperation and knowledge exchange, the institutions aim to achieve excellence, leverage global best practices, and foster innovation in their respective fields.