Regular screening best weapon to stop cervical cancer in its tracks
Experienced research nurses, Tina Pritchard and Donna Roberts explain how research at Saint Mary’s Hospital is supplementing regular smear tests in the fight against cervical cancer.
Treating cancer: what research can do for patients when there are no other options
Dr Tholouli talks about the Adult Oncology Research team’s success in securing their first phase 1 studies and the potential this brings to cancer patients
Dementia Matters aims to improve dementia awareness, empower young people to talk more openly about dementia, and facilitate inter-generational exchange.
Potential of ovarian cancer screening to save lives
Here, Dr Seif, shares his experiences and insight gained as Manchester Lead for the iconic UK Collaborative Trial of Ovarian Cancer Screening (UKCTOCS) trial.
Dr James Bluett reflects on the recent NIHR Musculoskeletal BRU training day
NIHR Manchester Musculoskeletal BRU Fellow, Dr James Bluett, blogs about the recent Combined Musculoskeletal BRU Trainee Day in Leeds.
Diabetes and the impact of treating cardiovascular risk factors
Dr Martin Rutter explains the importance of his recently published research on type 2 diabetes and how it could change clinical practice.
What I think about when I think about research
Nailah Brown, a Research Coordinator at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital talks about her experience of what it takes to run a great research study.
Are patients interested in pharmaceutical research?
It is important to involve patients and the public in pharmaceutical medicines research and development. Our Public Programmes team examine who is interested, who is not and why.