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Antonio Carneiro (avc)
Faculdade de Medicina de Lisboa
 
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Harvard Medical School - Portugal Program - Quality Healt Information for Portuguese Speaking Countries
Antonio Vaz Carneiro, Rita Morais Lirio*

In April 2007, the Portuguese Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Harvard Medical School (HMS) to identify a potential for cooperation. We report on the six first months of this program. The goals of this program are to encourage internationalization cooperation between Portuguese schools of medicine and major national research centers and HMS, in areas of translational research and health information. One of the main lines of act...

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