Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University Alliance for Health Care
Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University have forged a comprehensive new model for health care 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 health care innovation, transform medical education and accelerate cutting-edge research discoveries to enhance health outcomes at individual, community and national levels.
The Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University Alliance for Health Care is developing comprehensive improvements in the science of health care delivery, research and practice, all toward one goal: continually advancing patient care. Together, Mayo Clinic and ASU are combining expertise from every corner of health care – doctors to bioengineers to business experts – for an adaptive approach to preparing the next generation of health care pioneers and practitioners in our communities.
For more information, visit the Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University Alliance for Health Care Website.
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Mayo Clinic/ASU Collaboration Agreements
Mayo Clinic and ASU Master Collaboration Agreement, effective December 20, 2013
The purpose of this agreement is to facilitate research and professional services activities in the areas of medical discoveries and advancing healthcare in Arizona and nationally. This agreement covers the initiatives: Mayo Clinic and ASU Seed Grant Program, Acceleration Grant Program and Team Science Grant Program, Faculty Summer Residency and Professional Service Agreements (PSAs). See the Joint Funding page for more detail.
Professional Service Agreements (PSAs) provide the opportunity for ASU faculty to work with and for Mayo Clinic in varying capacities, including Research Affiliate, to Adjunct and Full Faculty Appointments. Faculty should expect at least 6-8 weeks to process a joint appointment request.
Questions regarding joint appointments should be directed to MayoASUAlliance@asu.edu.
Mayo Clinic Master Education Collaboration Agreement, effective December 12, 2014
The purpose of this agreement is to create joint initiatives between Mayo Clinic and ASU so that the parties can leverage their knowledge, skills and technologies in medical, healthcare and health sciences education. The joint initiatives include: the development of online educational curriculum, courses, modalities and technologies; the establishment of online blended learning medical school curriculum, and instructional design, assistance and assessments; the creation of massive online open access curriculum; an online education certificate in science of health care delivery; and other collaborative health sciences courses, curriculum, certificate and degree activities.
Visit the Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University Alliance for Health Care Website Dual Degree page for examples of these activities.
Shared Faculty Experiences
Mayo Clinic and ASU share over 100 jointly appointed faculty members. To connect with an ASU faculty member who has experience working with Mayo Clinic, contact the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development at MayoASUAlliance@asu.edu.
To see a full list of shared faculty, visit the Mayo Clinic and Arizona State University Alliance for Health Care Website Faculty page.
Through the Alliance, Mayo Clinic and ASU will guarantee each other internal user rates for core facilities. Core rates charged to ASU faculty will be at the established fee schedule, which is aligned with other internal users at Mayo Clinic. Likewise, core rates charged to Mayo faculty will be at the established fee schedule, which is aligned with other internal users at ASU.