In a step towards continued cross-cultural collaborations, eight Northwestern faculty members and administrators traveled to Havana, Cuba, this past June to explore possible joint research opportunities with Cuban peers.
Four days of back-to-back meetings with University of Medical Sciences of Havana faculty and visits to family doctor offices, hospitals and specialty clinics highlighted Cuba’s public healthcare successes and yielded multiple possible research collaborations through diverse theoretical lenses.
The meetings come at a point in indefinite U.S.-Cuban relations. Yet Northwestern continues to intensify its ties with the country’s academic community in an ongoing effort to promote the creation and sharing of knowledge across borders.
This article was published by Northwestern’s Office of International Relations. Click here to read the whole article, and watch and read several interviews with the Northwestern faculty members who traveled to Cuba this past June.