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The Centre for Personalised Medicine was established in April 2017 following an award of €8.6 million from the EU’s INTERREG VA Programme and managed by the Special EU Programmes Body. This cross-border collaborative project, led by Stratified Medicine Ulster University includes 13 partner organisations.

The Centre for Personalised Medicine’s five Research Clusters use the methods and technologies from personalised medicine and apply them to heart disease, emergency surgery, acute kidney injury, unscheduled care in diabetes and diagnostic accuracy in dementia.

In March 2018, Dr Maurice O Kane, Director of the Centre for Personalised Medicine, chaired the first CPM Steering group meeting.

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