The Centre for Regenerative Medicine is located in Edinburgh BioQuarter, a leading global destination for healthcare delivery, groundbreaking medical research and life sciences innovation and entrepreneurship.
Our location in the Edinburgh BioQuarter makes us ideally placed to translate basic science into clinical therapies. The co-location of key academic research facilities with the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh and the Edinburgh Medical School, brings together clinicians, patients, scientists and state-of-the-art pre-clinical and clinical research facilities on one site.
About Edinburgh BioQuarter
Edinburgh BioQuarter is supported by four partners – City of Edinburgh Council, NHS Lothian, Scottish Enterprise and the University of Edinburgh – each aligned to deliver experience, expertise and a dedication to BioQuarter’s success.
At BioQuarter, the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh’s NHS hospital is co-located next to the University of Edinburgh’s world-leading medical research institutes and teaching facilities, fostering better collaboration. Top entrepreneurs develop new therapies and technologies at the campus’ innovation centre by accessing this community of experts. State-of-the-art buildings and infrastructure, such as top of the range medical imaging equipment and phase 1 clinical trials facilities, are situated in one unique campus helping to accelerate these new discoveries.
The 100 acre BioQuarter campus - located 3 miles from the city centre of Edinburgh – is set to grow significantly over the next 10 years into the largest single-site development in Scotland for health and life sciences innovation. Across a campus built for collaboration, 7,500 people – from academics to entrepreneurs, researchers to frontline health professionals – are fostering opportunities for innovation, ultimately leading to improved patient care and revolutionary new treatments.