Research & Development Merck Collaborates with Maharashtra University

Editor: Dominik Stephan

Merck in collaboration with Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and Directorate of Medical Education & Research is introducing European Accredited Clinical Diabetes management for more than 5000 medical students in 18 medical colleges of Maharashtra University as part of Merck Capacity Advancement Program (CAP) in Asia.

Related Companies

Dissolution test at a Merck laboratory. The pharmaceutical and lifestyle company announced a cooperation with the Maharashtra University of India.
Dissolution test at a Merck laboratory. The pharmaceutical and lifestyle company announced a cooperation with the Maharashtra University of India.
(Picture: Merck)

Mumbai/India - The course is European accredited and will be incorporated in the MBBS curricula of 18 medical colleges. It is aimed to build up the future Diabetes health care capacity in Maharashtra.

Dr Stefan Oschmann, Vice Chairman and Deputy CEO of Merck said, “Merck is pleased to collaborate with Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and Directorate of Medical Education & Research as part of our commitment to building healthcare capacity and providing sustainable access to high-quality health solutions and safe medicines in India. It marks another step in our commitment to working with governments and other stakeholders in building healthcare capacity with a focus on non-communicable diseases in various countries in Asia-Pacific, Middle East Africa and Latin America."

(ID:43361458)