A company specialising in blood tests to help detect ovarian cancer has secured £300,000 in seed funding to help its growth.

GenoME Diagnostics, a spin-out from Queen’s University Belfast, took part in a funding round supported by QUBIS, the commercialisation arm of Queen’s University, Deepbridge Capital and Co-Fund NI.

Co-Fund NI is part of economic development agency Invest NI’s Access to Finance portfolio.

GenoME Diagnostics was set up after almost a decade of research by Dr Paul Mullan, Dr James Beirne and Dr Laura Feeney at the Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research (PGJCCR) at Queen’s.

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