Research and innovation news
Keep up-to-date with the latest news, publications and events from the Research and Innovation Division.
Manchester researchers lead in development of test that could help avoid antibiotic related deafness in newborn babies
A new genetic test that could identify the risk of, and therefore help to avoid permanent antibiotic-related hearing loss in newborn babies is being developed in Manchester, UK.
NHS 70 research discoveries: 2-Day Diet helps reduce breast cancer risk through weight loss
In 2013 researchers from Wythenshawe Hospital published a diet that they believed was a real breakthrough in both people losing weight and keeping it off and helping lower the risk of breast cancer.
CLAHRC Research internships
The NIHR CLAHRC GM and The University of Manchester's research internship provides an introduction to research and gives interns an introduction to the clinical academic research environment.
NHS 70 research discoveries: Improving quality of life for children with rare inherited metabolic diseases worldwide since the 1990s
Thousands of children suffering from rare inherited metabolic diseases worldwide have dramatically better life expectancy and quality of life thanks to research at MFT and The University of Manchester
Does your research relate to health?
The Public Programmes team at MFT are working with Reform Radio on an exciting engagement experiment called Mixlab
NHS 70 research discoveries: Manchester leads pioneering work into HPV vaccine and testing for cervical cancer in the early 2000s
In 2001, pioneering studies began at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust that made a major contribution to the global effort to control cervical cancer.
Manchester team transforms physiotherapy through games technology
Trafford Hospital is transforming the way shoulder surgery patients receive physiotherapy, by using a series of personalised computer video games to help patients exercise and track their recovery.
NHS 70 research discoveries: Jonas Kellgren, the UK’s first Professor of Rheumatology
In 1953 Jonas Kellgren was appointed as the UK's first Professor of Rheumatology and established Manchester as a world leading centre for rheumatology research.