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Repro Free Prof. John R. Higgins, Principal Investigator, Health Innovation Hub Ireland; Dave Shanahan, Chair of National Oversight Group, Health Innovation Hub Ireland, Nicola O’Riordan, UCC, Minister for Health Simon Harris TD, Dr. Colman Casey, Director Health Innovation Hub Ireland and John Murphy, Secretary General, Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation pictured at the official launch of Health Innovation Hub Ireland (HIHI) in UCC, Cork. Ireland’s first national Health Innovation Hub will directly improve treatment and care for patients. The Minister announced government funding, through the Department of Health and the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation in conjunction with Enterprise Ireland of €5 million for the establishment of Health Innovation Hub Ireland, which is led by University College Cork (UCC). Health Innovation Hub Ireland, a partnership of clinicians, academics, innovators and entrepreneurs from across Ireland will accelerate healthcare innovation and commercialisation, by addressing healthcare challenges and in doing so will create jobs and exports for the country Pic Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

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Repro Free Minister for Health Simon Harris TD pictured at the official launch of Health Innovation Hub Ireland (HIHI) in UCC, Cork. Ireland’s first national Health Innovation Hub will directly improve treatment and care for patients. The Minister announced government funding, through the Department of Health and the Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation in conjunction with Enterprise Ireland of €5 million for the establishment of Health Innovation Hub Ireland, which is led by University College Cork (UCC). Health Innovation Hub Ireland, a partnership of clinicians, academics, innovators and entrepreneurs from across Ireland will accelerate healthcare innovation and commercialisation, by addressing healthcare challenges and in doing so will create jobs and exports for the country Pic Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

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