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NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre
Launch event marks multi-million-pound investment into research across Greater Manchester, Lancashire and South Cumbria to help improve lives
The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, officially opened a successful launch event to celebrate the multi-million-pound funding boost for the NIHR Manchester BRC and CRF
Greater Manchester secures multi-million investment to improve the diagnosis and treatment of disease to save more lives
Greater Manchester health and care partners announce new multi-million pound health innovation accelerator focused on rapidly improving the diagnosis and treatment of disease across 2,8m GM population
Malfunctioning immune cell behaviour could be drug target in Long Covid
Greater Manchester Researchers have shown for the first time that malfunctioning behaviour of a type of immune cell is linked to specific symptoms of long-COVID.
Genetic test developed by Manchester researchers to prevent newborn babies going deaf recommended by NICE
A world-first genetic test to establish if a newborn baby is vulnerable to deafness if treated with a commonly used antibiotic, has been conditionally recommended by NICE.
Greater Manchester’s state-of-the-art mobile research clinic rolls into Old Trafford
Research participants in Manchester have been providing excellent feedback after the NIHR’s state-of-the-art Greater Manchester Research Van visited the home of Manchester United Football Club.
National recognition for Manchester-led research that could save the hearing of hundreds of babies each year
MFT celebrates ambitious strategic partnership to strengthen research and innovation in Manchester
MFT, The University of Manchester and QIAGEN celebrated the launch of their strategic partnership this week, with ambitious plans in the pipeline for for the tri-party agreement.
Greater Manchester awarded its largest ever research funding to tackle health inequalities and drive health improvements across the city region
NIHR Manchester BRC has received a £59.1million award to translate its scientific discoveries into new treatments, diagnostic tests, and medical technologies to improve patients' lives.