University of Glasgow Reaps $5M for Clinical Stratified Medicine Programs | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The University of Glasgow said yesterday it will use £3 million ($5 million) from the Scottish government to support a new imaging center and stratified medicine clinical research program.

The funding was announced yesterday by Scottish Health Secretary Alex Neil. The center will be located in a £15.3 million Clinical Research Facility for stratified medicine at South Glasgow Hospital that is currently under construction and is expected to be open by the summer of 2015.

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