The Scottish Funding Council said this week that a country-wide precision medicine initiative in Scotland has received up to £9.5 million ($12.3 million) in new funding. The funding includes £7.5 million from the council and up to £2 million from Scottish Enterprise, and will support the growth of precision medicine in Scotland managed by the Precision Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre (formerly the Stratified Medicine Scotland Innovation Centre). The newly launched phase 2 of the center will continue to act as a catalyst for partnerships between industry, academia, and clinical entities. In phase 1 the Innovation Centre produced several large-scale projects in areas including ovarian cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, esophageal cancer, and multiple sclerosis. The center said it expects to be able to attract around £4.2 million in income from other sources.
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