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NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre
Pharmacists could provide vital support for young people to manage long term conditions like juvenile arthritis
Pharmacy Research UK are delighted to announce the publication of research funded by the charity exhibiting the valued role pharmacists can play in supporting young people with juvenile arthritis.
Research Projects Required for Intercalating Students
Can you offer a research project for the University of Manchester 2016 intake of intercalating students? Intercalating students carry out a research project as part of the Masters in Research (MRes)
Future Medicine for Managers
Future Medicine for Managers is a new events series to highlight the exciting advances being made in medical research.
Professor Deborah Symmons awarded British Society for Rheumatology Distinguished Member Award
Congratulations to Professor Deborah Symmons on winning a prestigious Distinguished Member Award from the British Society for Rheumatology.
Professor Anne Barton is awarded prestigious NIHR Senior Investigator
Congratulations to Professor Anne Barton, BRU Theme Lead for Inflammatory Arthritis in Adults, who has been chosen as one of just 34 new NIHR Senior Investigators.
Researchers urge arthritis patients to give up smoking to help them live longer
Manchester researchers have found new evidence to suggest that people with rheumatoid arthritis who stop smoking, dramatically reduce their risk of earlier death.
Research suggests clinicians should be vigilant in identifying adrenal insufficiency even in patients on low levels of glucocorticoids
Research led by Rebecca Joseph at the NIHR Manchester Musculoskeletal BRU has found evidence that demonstrates adrenal insufficiency at all levels of glucocorticoid exposure, even low dosage.
How to get a fellowship: for aspiring clinical academics
The 4ward North Academy 'How to get a fellowship' meeting for aspiring clinical academics is a great opportunity to meet fellow trainees, leading figures in clinical training and research leaders.