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Ulster University inspiring next generation of scientists at stratified medicine centre

5 July 2016

Ulster University inspiring next generation of scientists at stratified medicine centre

St. Louis Grammar School student Sarah Connon

Stratified medicine St. Louis Grammar School student Sarah Connon

St. Louis Grammar School student Sarah Connon conducts research into cardiovascular disease at Ulster University’s Centre for Stratified Medicine at C-TRIC, Altnagelvin with guidance from Fiona Manderson Koibula.

The two-day work experience event for schools provided insight into the real life need for scientists, d inspired students on careers that make a difference to the lives of patients.

Ulster University’s Centre for Stratified Medicine focuses on personalised medicine approaches for managing chronic diseases. Ulster University also was the first university in the UK and Ireland’s to offer a Stratified Medicine degree.


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