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GMI to create 600 high-skilled jobs

The life science jobs will be created over the next five years

GMI to create 600 high-skilled jobs

Genomics Medicine Ireland (GMI) is to create 600 high-skilled jobs over the next five years in Dublin.

This is a result of a €350 million investment programme that will benefit the life sciences company. 

GMI plans to use the programme to research and discover new precision medicines for the treatment of life-limiting conditions which currently have no cure.

Founded in 2015, GMI carries out genomic research into a range of diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, brain tumours and inflammatory bowel disease.

For more on this story, see thejournal.ie. Search careers at GMI by following this link

To read more about the Irish Biological, Chemical & Pharmaceutical Science Sector, click here.

To search careers in Genetics, use our occupational database

The CareersPortal Team 

 

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