Research and innovation news
Keep up-to-date with the latest news, publications and events from the Research and Innovation Division.
Neonatal nurse from Saint Mary’s Hospital awarded Churchill Fellowship
A neonatal intensive care nurse has been awarded Churchill Fellowship to explore best practices to support UK health professionals to offer option of organ donation to families of end-of-life babies
First patients in UK recruited to Cystic Fibrosis next generation therapy trial
Research undertaken by the Cystic Fibrosis team at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital is underway with the first patients in the UK recruited to the Aurora F/MF Cystic Fibrosis research study.
NIHR BioResource Volunteer Recruitment Available for Clinical Research Studies – 2019 Application Dates
Support for volunteer recruitment to clinical research is available through the National Institute for Healthcare Research (NIHR) BioResource, with applications now open throughout 2019.
Short research placements available for nurses, midwives, pharmacists and allied health professionals – closes 3rd May
DiTA pump priming funding call now open!
DiTA is inviting applications for new pump-priming awards
Manchester Researchers Partner with Owlstone Medical on £250,000 Grant for Asthma Diagnostic Development
The NIHR Manchester BRC, The University of Manchester, and Owlstone Medical, a global diagnostics company developing a breathalyzer for applications in early disease detection and precision medicine,
International Women’s Day 2019 – Monika’s Journey Overcoming Language Barriers to Clinical Research Career
International Women’s Day takes place on Friday 8 March. To mark the occasion, Polish-born Clinical Trials Manager Monika Cien speaks about her NHS journey from Band 2 to Band 7 – and how boxing helps
New Research Could Provide Early Reassurance to Patients with Chest Pain and Reduce Stress on Ambulance Crews and A&E Departments
Greater Manchester paramedics are part of major new research to assess whether patients who call 999 with chest pain can be safely assessed and managed by paramedics, without going to hospital.