ASU Clinical Health Partnerships

Clinical Partnerships

Arizona State University serves as the hub of a diverse network of biomedical and healthcare institutions and takes a leadership role in matters relating to the health outcomes of the region through a range of dimensions. 

While ASU works with all clinical partners, Mayo Clinic is its longest standing and most comprehensive partnership. The two have forged a comprehensive new model for healthcare education and research: The Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University Alliance for Health Care. Together, the recognized world leader in patient care, education and research, and the nation’s most innovative university are bringing together the brightest minds to improve patient care through healthcare innovation, transform medical education, and accelerate cutting-edge research discoveries to enhance health outcomes. 

ASU is also advancing its partnership with Dignity Health in executive education, nursing research, and graduate medical education. A longstanding University relationship with the Barrow Neurological Institute has continued to provide an unparalleled interdisciplinary experience for graduates and postdoctoral researchers.

The ASU-Banner Neurodegenerative Disease Research Center is well integrated in the ASU Biodesign Institute, building strong research collaborations. The University continues to grow research and education collaborations with Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Maricopa Integrated Health Systems, Mountain Park Health Center, HonorHealth, and IASIS Healthcare. 

Clinical Partners:
Banner Health
Dignity Health - St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center / Barrow Neurological Institute
Flinn Foundation
Maricopa Integrated Health System
Mayo Clinic /  ASU-Mayo Seed Grant Program
Phoenix Children's Hospital
Phoenix VA Health Care System
Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen)
University of Arizona ASU Biomedical Researchers

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