BLOG: How can translational research benefit those who might need it the most?
In the first instalment in our new blog series, Dr Bella Starling – Co-Director of Public Programmes, hosted by MFT – discusses the benefits translational research can have for society as a whole.
From placement to PhD? – A Manchester BRC research placement story
Clinical pharmacist Jake Doherty shares how his six-week NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre TRACE-COPD study placement has opened his eyes to new possibilities for a research career.
The gift of research
Rhodri Evans, a patient in a peanut allergy study at Manchester Clinical Research Facility shares his insight into living with peanut allergy, and how he now believes in the gift of research.
Research and Innovation Director’s Update – October 2019
A blog by our Director of Research and Innovation, Professor Neil Hanley.
Can we win the fight against sepsis and antibiotic resistance?
On World Sepsis Day Dr Timothy Felton discusses the challenge of tackling sepsis in the face of the increasing challenge posed by antibiotic resistance.
Our research placement experience at Manchester Clinical Research Facility – an incredible opportunity
BSc biomedical students Suzan and Zoya share their fantastic experiences during their one year student placement at Manchester CRF.
The future of audiology – improving diagnosis for children with hearing loss
Helen Whiston, Research Audiologist highlights how Manchester BRC and CRF are supporting the design of a new, quick, easy and robust speech-in-noise test for children
Helping Manchester Clinical Research Facility’s young patients to be part of research
Emma Harrison Research Health Play Specialist shares how through her unique role she provides invaluable support to help Manchester CRF patients and their families be part of research.