USHCA Participates in Washington University’s Cabot Zhang Lecture

Pictured above (from left to right): Moderator, Professor at Washington University, Tao Ju;

Director of McDonnell International Scholars Academy, Laura Benoist;

USHCA Chairman & President, Bob Holden;

Director of Partnerships and Strategy at Tsinghua Medicine, Zhi Min Sim;

and USHCA Executive Director, Min Fan

On Tuesday, January 30th, USHCA leadership was featured in a panel on the potential for collaboration between the U.S. and China in the realm of healthcare innovation. This dialogue was part of the Cabot Corporation–Xinsheng Zhang Lectureship series, organized by Washington University and facilitated by the McDonnell International Scholars Academy.

USHCA Chairman & President, Bob Holden, along with Executive Director, Min Fan, took part in the discussion alongside the Director of Partnerships and Strategy at Tsinghua Medicine, Zhi Min Sim. Chairman Holden and Director Fan delved into the current opportunities and political barriers facing academics and local leaders in both the U.S. and China seeking to work together to address global healthcare challenges. Mr. Sim provided valuable insights into the similarities and differences between the American and Chinese healthcare systems, highlighting potential avenues for mutual learning and advancement.

Click here to read Washington University’s coverage of the event.

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