Northern Ireland (UKN)
Northern Ireland has a population of 1.8 million. In Northern Ireland personalised medicine is an area of substantial and rapidly growing focus which benefits from the core strengths that underpin the region’s health and social care and research and development infrastructure.
The Queen’s University hosts the Precision Medicine Centre (PMC) of Excellence, which will provide the necessary infrastructure to meet the increasing demands in the changing field of healthcare and industry in terms of technologies and expertise.
The Northern Ireland Centre for Stratified Medicine, which undertakes cutting edge stratified medicine research is a collaborative project between the University of Ulster's Biomedical Sciences Research Institute, C-TRIC (the Clinical Translational Research and Innovation Centre) and the Western Health and Social Care Trust.
The Centre for Personalised Medicine and Clinical Decision Making (INTERREG VA Programme) is also located at Ulster University. This cross-border collaborative project, led by Stratified Medicine Ulster University includes 13 partner organisations.
Policy document (RIS3): Yes
Policy document PM@RIS3: Yes
Research for Better Health & Social Care A Strategy for Health & Social Care Research and Development in Northern Ireland (2016-2025)
Precision Medicine in Northern Ireland
Centre of Excellence Precision Medicine Centre
Northern Ireland Centre for Stratified Medicine
Centre for Personalised Medicine - Clinical Decision Making and Patient Safety (CPM)
The Northern Ireland Biobank
Clinical Diagnostics Laboratory molecular diagnostics lab
The Health Innovation Research Alliance Northern Ireland (HIRANI)
PASSION-HF - PAtient Self-care uSIng eHealth In chrONic Heart Failure
Is the region represented in: Horizon2020; Regional Smart Specialisation Strategy Platforms/Partnerships (RIS3); EIT Health/InnoStars/Regional Innovation Scheme (RIS); other?
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