The Japanese Grandsoul Nara group and the Hanoi Medical University (HMU) have signed a research collaboration agreement, said Vietnam News Agency’s correspondent in Japan.

Under the agreement, Japanese health clinic Grandsoul Nara will transfer the new cellular immunotherapy technology for the Hanoi Medical University (HMU).

Addressing the signing ceremony, Prof. Ta Van Thanh, Vice Principal of the HMU, highlighted the importance of research cooperation with Japan , while Tran Duc Binh, Consul General of Vietnam’s Consulate General in Osaka, said the collaboration would help improve the quality of healthcare service in Vietnam. He also expressed his hope that more collaboration agreements in the healthcare sector would be signed between the two countries.

For his part, President of Grandsoul Nara Dr. Takahiro Tsujimura said the company would try its best to effectively cooperate with the Hanoi Medical in terms of technology transfer, medical research and human resource training.-VNA