Partners of the Edinburgh Reproductive Tissue Biobank.
Members of clinical staff in Obstetrics & Gynaecology (O&G) deliver clinical care in the Simpson Centre for Reproductive Health, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. The O&G Section delivers undergraduate medical student clinical training, and through its integration with the MRC Centre for Reproductive Health, it delivers both clinical and laboratory research, undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research for improvements in clinical care.
Medical Research Council (MRC) Centre for Reproductive Health was awarded to the University of Edinburgh and opened in 2011.
Its aims are to further research into conditions that affect reproductive ability and the health of male and female reproductive organs including infertility, endometriosis and premature birth.
The Centre will host these major groups as well as an innovative training programme for aspiring reproductive scientists.
The Institute delivers “bench to bedside” research. It provides facilities for high quality interdisciplinary research in three centres in the key areas of:
The QMRI houses over 600 researchers and aims to tackle a wide range of diseases at the most fundamental cellular level. Facilities include MRI and various other modern imaging technologies and supporting infrastructure.