Twenty-two “high end jobs” created as new medical research centre opens in Derry

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on linkedin

Professor Tony Bjouron pictured with Health Minister Edwin Poots and Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster at the launch of the Northern Ireland Centre for Stratified Medicine
Professor Tony Bjouron pictured with Health Minister Edwin Poots and Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster at the launch of the Northern Ireland Centre for Stratified Medicine

Twenty-two “high end jobs” are being created at a pioneering new medical research centre in Derry.
The Northern Ireland Centre for Stratified Medicine – the only one of its kind on the island of Ireland – is based at the Clinical Translational Research and Innovation Centre (C-TRIC) at Altnagelvin Hospital.
The £11.5 million facility is a collaborative project between the University of Ulster’s Biomedical Sciences Research Institute, C-TRIC and the Western Health and Social Care Trust.
Dr Tony Bjourson from the University of Ulster, outlined what the centre means for Derry:

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Top Stories

Advertisement