Projects delivered through Imperial College Projects Limited include the following:

Qatar Biobank

BiobankQatar Biobank was a multi-year project funded by the Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development and Qatar’s Supreme Council of Health. The biobank collected a wealth of medical data from volunteers and stored medical samples in a high-tech storage facility.  Imperial’s participation in the project was led by Professors Elio Riboli and Paul Elliott from the School of Public Health.  Imperial provided scientific direction to the project including protocol development, specification and development of standard operating procedures for the biobank. Phase IV of the project was successfully completed through IPROJ.


ICLDCThe Imperial College London Diabetes Centre (ICLDC) is an out-patient facility in UAE (United Arab Emirates) that specialises in diabetes treatment, research, training and public health awareness.  The Centre was founded by the Mubadala Development Company with assistance from Imperial and this currently includes provision of educational and clinical support to the Centre. ICLDC has achieved more than 800,000 patient visits since its launch in late 2006.  Imperial’s academic team is led by Professor Sir Steve Bloom from the Department of Medicine.  As a project through IPROJ, Imperial continues to provide ICLDC with a range of technical services to help ensure the continued successful operation of the clinical facilities in UAE.


RailwayThe Railway and Transport Strategy Centre (RTSC) within Imperial’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering was established in 1992 as a centre of excellence serving the railway industry on strategic, economic and technology issues.  RTSC has since broadened its international group of research partners and strengthened its position as strategic advisors to public transport organisations around the globe.  RTSC is led by Richard Anderson (Managing Director) and Professor Dan Graham (Research Director) and the centre facilitates and manages programmes of international public transport benchmarking.  This includes international benchmarking groups of metro systems, rail operators and bus companies.  IPROJ enables delivery of benchmarking groups on behalf of Imperial.