Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University have signed an agreement to broaden and deepen their collaboration in health care, medical research and education. The agreement is a formal commitment to enhance the relationship built over the past eight years.

Mayo and ASU have established a variety of successful programmatic efforts since 2003, including a joint nursing education program, collaborative research projects on a variety of levels, joint faculty appointments and dual degree programs.

The success of the Mayo-ASU partnership has led to the broader, formal agreement, which also sets an ambitious vision for an enhanced level of future collaboration, cooperation and partnership.

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