Collaborations in Research
Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Dignity Health hold a partnership for research in pediatrics.
Mayo Clinic’s NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) have a historical partnership to advance research and delivery in cancer care.
Maricopa Integrated Health Systems (MIHS) and Mayo hold a partnership for research and treatment of stroke since 2011.
Barrow Neurological Institute holds a second location at Phoenix Children’s Hospital to further advance research in neurology for the area of Pediatrics.
Researchers at Dignity Health’s St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center and TGen are working together to identify biomarkers that can predict what chemotherapeutic agents a patient might respond best to.
The University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix has sustained a partnership with Dignity Health for the UA Cancer Center currently housed at St. Joseph’s Hospital and about to expand into a 220,000 Sq. Ft. facility within the Phoenix Biomedical Campus.
Phoenix Children’s Hospital and the Chan Soon Shiong Precision Medicine Institute have partnered to create a consortium of children’s hospitals nationwide and use big data to advance translational genomics research applied to pediatric diagnostic.
Dignity Health’s Barrow Neurological Institute, Arizona State University, Mayo Clinic, Banner Health, Sun Health Foundation, and NeuroEM Therapeutics contribute as financial and clinical partners to the Banner Alzheimer Research Institute and Banner Sun Health Research Institute. Both research entities work under common Banner leadership to advance studies and treatment for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease among other chronic aging conditions.
Phoenix Children’s Hospital has established a partnership with the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix Campus and the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) to conduct research in pediatric molecular medicine.
The Phoenix VA Care System, Arizona State University, Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), Banner Sun Health Research Institute and the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix have partnered to create the collaborative Translational Neurotrauma Research Program.
Collaborations in Care Delivery
Northern Arizona University tests Mayo’s Teleconcussion Robots on their athletic department; to allow Mayo’s treatment and further research in the area of remote care.
Mayo has partnered with ASU Student Health Services to provide telehealth to the university’s students.
Banner Health and Philips have sustained a partnership for 9 years to advance Banner’s Telehealth program which includes eICU patient monitoring.
Dignity Health provides pediatric care at their Mercy Gilbert Hospital through a partnership with Phoenix Children’s Hospital.
Mayo has a strong partnership with Phoenix Children’s Hospital that includes joint programs in: Blood and Marrow Transplant (ranked #2 nationally with 75% survival), cancer testing, pediatric liver transplants, and radiation oncology.
TriWest Medical Alliance was able to pilot their current Veterans Access to Care program in 2014 through a Banner Health Clinic in Gilbert.
Cerner Corp. and Banner Health have partnered to create a common platform of medical records for physicians, insurers, and patients to access to and share information.
Collaborations in Education
The University of Arizona College of Medicine—Phoenix and Banner Health have partnered to form a health network that will be an affiliate to the university and contribute to subsidize program costs while expanding clinical residency.
Sun Health employs Grand Canyon University and Arizona State University students from the colleges of nursing at their three senior living facilities and Center for Health and Wellbeing throughout the year in an academic partnership.
Phoenix Children’s Hospital serves as the Department of Child Health for the University of Arizona College of Medicine—Phoenix.
Mayo Clinic Scottsdale and Arizona State University have a partnership in place since 2003 that allows for a joint nursing education program, joint research projects, faculty appointments and a dual-degree program for medical students in the Mayo Clinic Medical School to simultaneously receive a certificate in Science of Healthcare Delivery from ASU.
At The University of Arizona College of Pharmacy’s Center for Toxicology and Pharmacology Education and Research, faculty and researchers are currently working towards a new rattlesnake antivenom that will be available for sale in 2018, Anavip. Clinical trials were conducted at UA for 25% of patient base. The CTPER is developing a research study with Banner Health to help physicians determine most efficacious use of this solution by the time it is on the market.
Olympus has created a unique partnership with the University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix which allows for one of their multiphoton microscopes to be used in the College. The microscope is one of four existing devices nationwide.
Honor Health has nursing student programs with Arizona State University, North Arizona University, Grand Canyon University and The University of Arizona.
The University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix has a Clinical partnership with Mayo Clinic Scottsdale that allows students to practice in elective rotations on site.