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Personalised medicine programme receives €10m

Ulster University has won funding worth €8.6 million to develop a centre for personalised medicine as part of a cross-border initiative worth €9.89m overall, the university announced on 19 September.

The support comes from the European Union’s Interreg VA programme that seeks to support cross border-initiatives to strengthen research and innovation, to preserve and protect the shared environment, to promote sustainable mobility across the borders and to enhance cross-border collaboration for the provision of high-quality health and social care services.

The university said that the project would include academic, clinical and commercial partners. It will focus on five areas including heart disease, emergency surgery, acute kidney injury, diabetes and dementia.

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