Cutting-edge genomics in Ireland

Our Mission: To Improve Lives Through Genomics

GMI’s world-leading team and facilities put Ireland at the forefront of the international genomics research community.

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UCD and GMI Sign Collaboration Agreement

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Will you join our effort to make Ireland healthier?

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GMI is conducting life-changing research on an unprecedented scale right here in Ireland. But we can’t do it without you. Find out how you can get involved, and why you should.

Our expertise and facilities

Learn more about our world-class team of scientists and cutting-edge facilities that are putting Ireland at the head of the global push for genomic research breakthroughs.

Your genomic stories

Tens of thousand of people in Ireland have already participated in our research. Here are just some of their amazing stories.

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UCD and GMI Announce Collaboration to Accelerate Precision Medicine Discoveries

UCD and GMI Announce Collaboration to Accelerate Precision Medicine Discoveries

Genomics Medicine Ireland (GMI) and University College Dublin (UCD) have today announced a collaboration agreement ...
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Rare Disease Day 2019

Rare Disease Day 2019

Rare diseases affect an estimated 300 million people around the world.  GMI are helping to ...
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An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar's comments on GMI

An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar’s comments on GMI

Check out this snippet from An Taoiseach of Ireland, Leo Varadkar, about GMI's early success ...
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$400 Million Investment Programme Positions Ireland for Global Leadership in Genomic Research and Advanced Life Sciences 

$400 Million Investment Programme Positions Ireland for Global Leadership in Genomic Research and Advanced Life Sciences 

Ireland Strategic Investment Fund and leading global investors back significant expansion of Genomics Medicine Ireland ...
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Careers

Join our team

GMI is growing fast and recruiting a wide range of scientific, partnership and support roles. If you want to be part of medical history in Ireland, we want to hear from you.