Hannover Medical School

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Hannover Medical School
Medizinische Hochschule Hannover
Medizinische Hochschule Hannover logo.svg
Established 1961
Type Public
President Christopher Baum
Academic staff 419 (2009)
Admin. staff 4,285
Students 2,668 (2009)
Location Flag of Germany.svg Hannover, Lower Saxony, Germany
Campus Urban
Website mhh.de

The Hannover Medical School (German: Medizinische Hochschule Hannover abbreviated MHH in German), founded in 1965, is a university medical centre in Germany, part of a regional medical network.

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PhD students and scientists from all over the world are involved in a variety of research projects at the MHH and partner institutes. Recently Indo-German cooperation has taken place in 2006 and its ceremony was inaugurated on 3 April 2007. This is the first initiatives of the "Indo-German Science Center for Infectious Diseases" will include staff exchanges and joint training programmes for Indian and German researchers. Such exchanges are possible due to partnership agreements and bilateral cooperation agreements e.g. in programs of the EU (ERASMUS). In addition, international PhD programs at the MHH attract many highly qualified students for research and teaching. These activities are bundled in Hannover Biomedical ResearchSchool (HBRS).

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Coordinates: 52°23′02″N 9°48′17″E / 52.3839°N 9.8047°E / 52.3839; 9.8047