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About the Centre

The Queen Elizabeth Teaching and Learning Centre – Stratified Medicine Scotland, developed jointly by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and The University of Glasgow, is an investment of £27 million to provide a training environment for the clinical years of the undergraduate medical degree (MBChB), postgraduate training facilities for medical staff and a large variety of NHS professionals and will ensure that we can train the next generation of doctors, scientists, clinical academics and support staff.

Three floors of this purpose built centre are dedicated to teaching and learning and ensure the highest levels of support and development available for staff and students.

The centre includes an Innovation facility, supported by funding from the Scottish Funding Council and Glasgow City Council, which accommodates the Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre and incubator units for industry.

The £20m Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre uses modern whole genome DNA sequencing to select the best treatments for patients with chronic diseases including cancer, cardiovascular and inflammatory conditions.

The new centre replaced facilities at the Western Infirmary, Victoria Infirmary, Southern General and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children which all closed following the transfer of clinical services to the new site.

The Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre (SMS-IC) is part of the vision for Scotland to be a world class centre of research, innovation and commercialisation in stratified medicine – bringing together excellence in the academic, industrial and NHS communities to create an infrastructure that will act as a springboard to allow Glasgow to be at the forefront of the field.

The topping out ceremony was performed on the 24th July 2014 and was attended by Professor Anna Dominiczak (Regius Professor of Medicine at the University of Glasgow, and Vice Principal and Head of College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences), Alex Neil (Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing), Andrew Robertson (then Chairman, NHSGGC) and Doug Keillor (Regional Director BAM Construction).

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