Queen Elizabeth Teaching and Learning Centre,
1345 Govan Road,
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 8:00pm (except public holidays)
Reception (Phone): (+44)(0) 141 451 1200 or 81200 (internal)
The Queen Elizabeth Teaching and Learning Centre-Stratified Medicine Scotland, was developed jointly by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and The University of Glasgow. It represents an investment of £27 million providing a state of the art learning and teaching environment for University of Glasgow undergraduate medical and nursing students as well as students studying on a variety of clinical science postgraduate programmes. It also provides postgraduate training facilities for medical staff and a large variety of NHS professionals thus ensuring we train the next generation of doctors, nurses, scientists, clinical academics and support staff to the highest standards.
Three floors of this purpose built centre are dedicated to teaching and learning. The fourth floor is a purpose built, £5M Clinical Innovation Zone which accommodates the Stratified Medicine Scotland-Innovation Centre, a University of Glasgow-led, Scotland wide collaboration with industry that is a leading initiative in the field of ‘precision medicine’, as well as Aridhia, and Bioclavis.