Precision Medicine (Regius Chair)


The Regius Chair of Precision Medicine was founded in 2016 as part of the 90th birthday celebrations for the Queen. The Court minutes of June 2016 state that it was awarded to honour an area of excellence for the University. Aims of this branch of science include developing tailor made treatment for patients which enable safer, more cost-effective outcomes. In partnership with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, the university works to translate this innovative research into real patient benefit for institutions like The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. The Chair was developed to celebrate and provide leadership to this pioneering programme.


Precision Medicine (Regius Chair)
Award Type: Professorships
Year Founded: 2016
Record last updated: 24th Nov 2016

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