Pharmaceutical and Molecular Biotechnology Research Centre

The Pharmaceutical and Molecular Biotechnology Research Centre (PMBRC) is an applied research centre which aims to support the sustainable growth of the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry in the south east of Ireland. Situated in the heart of the region on the WIT campus, the centre seeks to stimulate research and innovation, allowing companies to embed R&D into their activities. One of 15 Enterprise Ireland Technology Gateways, the PMBRC consists of a 800 m2 state-of-the-art facility with 34 highly-trained research personnel. The PMBRC has established links with national and international partners in industry, academia and medical care institutions.

Please browse through our site or see our video to get an overview of our research, equipment and activities. A summary of our activities can be found on our brochure.

ORBITAL announcement

Pictured at the announcement of the EU-funded ORBITAL project are John Leonard, Fighting Blindness member who is visually impaired and living with AMD; Laura Brady, Head of Research, Fighting Blindness; Mr David Kent, consultant eye surgeon and PMBRC's Laurence Fitzhenry who leads the ORBITAL consortium. Read the full story here.