The University of Danang welcomed and worked with Professor of Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich, Germany on the occasion of 10th anniversary of cooperation



In the afternoon of May 16, 2019, Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza - Deputy Dean of Pediatric Cardiology Department at Children's Hospital, Ludwig Maximillian University of Munich (LMU), Federal Republic of Germany visited and worked with leaders of the University of Danang (UD). Assoc. Prof. Le Quang Son - Vice President of UD presided over the meeting with the presence of leaders of International Cooperation Department, Research and Development Department, School of Medicine and Pharmacy (SMP), Medical Center and VNUK Institute for Research and Executive Education.



At the meeting, Assoc. Prof. Le Quang Son - Vice President of UD welcomed Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza- a leading expert in heart disease prevention, heart transplant, congenital heart disease, especially pediatric heart disease of Cardiology Department, LMU to UD. Assoc .Prof. Le Quang Son highly appreciated the significance of this visit on the occasion of marking the 10th anniversary of the cooperation between UD and LMU (04/2009-04/2019). On this occasion, Assoc. Prof. Le Quang Son gave his special thanks to professors and leaders of LMU as well as Prof. Dr. Robert Dalla Pozza for connecting UD with Heart for Heart foundation for life organization with many leading professors and experts in the field of Medicine. Thereby it effectively has supported SMP - UD during the past 10 years in intensive cooperation activities, joint research and lecturers, students exchange programs...


Assoc. Prof Le Quang Son gave a present for Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza


At the meeting, Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza expressed his pleasure when visiting UD- a key training and scientific research center in Central area of Vietnam and gave his thanks to the generations of UD's leaders for cultivating the cooperation with LMU, especially in collaborative projects on medical training and research, engaging for the community in Vietnam in the past 10 years. Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza affirmed that UD is one of the important partners of LMU in Vietnam as well as in the Asia-Pacific region, through which the relationship of LMU is constantly connected and expanded with a lot of partners around the world. On this occasion, Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza hoped that the two sides would continue building and expanding the long lasting cooperation relationship. Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza repeated his sharing 06 years ago (in February 2013) to share with leaders and staff of SMP, UD: “I belong to SMP. One part of my life is in this place"... I will continue to contribute my efforts to enhance the close cooperation between the two universities."



Group photo taking


At the meeting, on the basis of the cooperation between the two universities, Assoc.  Prof. Le Quang Son expressed his desire to invite Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza to teach for students of SMP as well as receive students from LMU to study and do research at UD. Vice President Le Quang Son expressed his beliefs and expectations that Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza will continue to be a bridge to connect the relationship between UD and LMU to further develop not only in the field of medicine but also in other fields such as: Health and Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry and Pharmacy, Pedagogical education, Mathematics, Physics, linguistics etcto create more opportunities for UD's lecturers and students to practice and conduct scientific research at LMU.


Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza visted and worked with leaders of SMP


The international Coooperation Department of UD will closely work with Prof. Dalla Pozza and his colleague to apply for ERASMUS projects. On this occasion, the Medical Center, UD will coordinate with Prof. Robert Dalla Pozza to organize the free medical examination in the community. LMU is the second university in the top universities of Germany and currently ranked in the top 42 world universities in the field of Medicine in 2019.


The two sides agreed to continue not only co- seeking funding for co-organizing international conferences and seminars in other fields of medicine and science, but also seeking scholarships and sharing experiences and advanced knowledge in training and scientific research.