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Overviews / GAME Universities

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Global Alliance of Medical Excellence, GAME, is a global alliance network for the development of medical education and research. It was established in 2017 by 9 universities' medical schools to have a common interest in developing medical education and seeking opportunities for world-wide collaborative research. International activities in not only medical research but in also medical education are becoming well recognized as an important factor for future development in medicine. Such a global alliance serves as a good platform for the member universities to deepen their knowledge and expand their network for their future development through network activities.

Nagoya University has been a member university of the GAME alliance since its establishment and has been committed to developing its role in the alliance the collaborations. In GAME, to produce far-reaching, innovative and impactful research, we work together to maximize our resources and strength for the advancement of medicine.

The GAME has chosen the project below as its first-priority and the universities are committed to engaging eith initiative with each project.

Building a Magnetic Resonance Imaging ConsortiumUniversity of Nottingham

Building a Research Network in Preventive Gerontology (Monash University)

Healthy Start Network (Erasmus University Medical Center)

International Collaboration for At Risk Cohort of Lewy Body Disease (Nagoya University)

International Microbiota Research Network: Gut Microbiota Across Ethnicities and Populations (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

International Network of Drug-induced Liver Injury Research(Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)

International Online Barrett's Esophagus Registry (IOBER) (University of Bologna)

The programme aims to provide an extra layer of support to help accelerate research project activity between institutions through shared PhD training. The PhD4GAME program would focus on bi- and tri-lateral exchanges between member institutions.

Transnational Educational Initiative (TEI) (Korea University)

GAME Universities

  • University of Alberta(Up to 2020)
  • University of Bologna
  • The University of Hong Kong
  • Erasmus University Medical Center
  • Korea University
  • Ludwing Maximilian University of Munich
  • Monash University
  • Nagoya University
  • University of Nottingham


Office of International Affairs Assoc. Prof. Itzel Bustos