Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) a world class university that supports outstanding students and staff, working in world class facilities, conducting leading edge education and research, focused on the needs of society.
QUB provides an educational experience that is research-led and enriches our students intellectually, socially and culturally. Students are developed to be confident, resilient, creative, critical thinkers and problem solvers, with strong employability skills, prepared for leadership and citizenship. Queen’s enhances its impact on wider society – regionally, nationally, and globally – through innovative education and research, and through collaboration with a diverse range of partners.
Within the School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Science, the Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research (PGJCCR) is closely aligned with the Clinical Cancer Centre (CCC).
The PGJCCR undertakes basic, translational and clinical research into a range of cancertypes whilst the CCC is the regional cancer treatment centre where patients from across Northern Ireland are treated and local and national clinical trials are undertaken. Within the CCRCB are the Northern Ireland Biobank and the Northern Ireland Precision Medicine Centre (PMC), the latter undertake molecular diagnostics for pathology and haematology as well contributing the research of the PGJCCR.
QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY BELFAST
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, DENTISTRY AND BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE
PATRICK G JOHNSTON CENTRE FOR CANCER RESEARCH
THE NORTHERN IRELAND PRECISION MEDICINE CENTRE
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