Abu Dhabi: Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, part of the M42 network, and Mohamed bin Zayed University of Artificial Intelligence (MBZUAI) have partnered to advance research and education.
The signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) marks a significant milestone in their commitment to building a sustainable healthcare ecosystem in the UAE.
Under this MoU, both Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi and MBZUAI will lead research and education initiatives that will create a wide range of opportunities, such as conducting joint research projects, establishing research groups, and developing mentorship programs for undergraduate and graduate students.
MBZUAI’s Acting Provost Professor. Timothy Baldwin remarked that, “We are excited to collaborate with Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi to nurture and upskill professional talent and guide healthcare delivery. Healthcare is a key pillar for MBZUAI, and we are advancing AI research and development in diagnostics, digital twins, and brain health, assisting healthcare professionals in the field, and raising awareness of how AI can be applied in the sector.”
“This collaboration presents a great opportunity to strengthen engagement and drive improvements in healthcare with AI, while also developing Abu Dhabi as a hub for AI-enabled healthcare.” Mr. Baldwin added.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, a leading multispecialty hospital, caters to the complex and critical care requirements of the UAE population. Their state-of-the-art facilities and a wide range of medical and surgical specialties ensure that patients have access to world-class healthcare closer to home.