Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Campus

Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Campus

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The University of Glasgow is partnering with NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde and industry partners at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital to lead the development of innovative diagnostics and precision medicine, and deliver research-led training of tomorrow’s doctors. These facilities totalling more than £70M include:
  • A £27M purpose-built Queen Elizabeth Teaching and Learning Centre for the training of undergraduate medical, nursing and postgraduate students, alongside NHS doctors, nurses and allied health professionals;
  • A £5M dedicated Clinical Innovation Zone, adopting a multidisciplinary approach and providing access to world-leading clinical academics and clinical research facilities. This accommodates Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre, a University of Glasgow-led, Scotland-wide collaboration with industry which is developing ‘precision medicine’ - advanced diagnostics and precise treatments for individuals across a wide range of diseases;
  • A £5M Clinical Research Facility ensuring the hospital is at the forefront of clinical trials of new medicines in both adult and paediatric medicine;

Professor Dame Anna Dominiczak, Regius Professor of Medicine, Vice Principal and Head of the College of Medical, Veterinary & Life Sciences at the University of Glasgow, said “What makes this hospital campus so exciting is the ‘triple helix’ partnership between the NHS, University and industry. We have a world-leading University working with a forward-thinking health board and access to some of the brightest and best industry partners on earth.”

  • A £32M Imaging Centre of Excellence (ICE), which includes a 7 Tesla MRI scanner, an ultra-high resolution scanner which will be the first of its kind fully integrated within a clinical site in the UK, underpinned by world-leading clinical academic expertise in stroke, cardiovascular disease, and brain imaging. Dedicated space in ICE will expand the University’s Innovation and Collaboration Zone to 22,000 ft2.

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