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NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre
MFT receives £4.4M investment to fight the growing threat of antibiotic resistance
MFT has received a £4.4M investment as part of the Department of Health and Social Care’s latest commitment in the fight against antimicrobial (antibiotic) resistance.
BRC researcher’s new scientific test could improve the health of rheumatoid arthritis sufferers
Local medic’s new scientific test could improve the health of rheumatoid arthritis sufferers
Prioritising outcomes in childhood hearing loss
Manchester BRC's PONCHO (Prioritising Outcomes iN Childhood Hearing lOss) study is recruiting participants to help shape future research.
NIHR BioResource Volunteer Recruitment Available for Clinical Research Studies – 2019 Application Dates
Support for volunteer recruitment to clinical research is available through the National Institute for Healthcare Research (NIHR) BioResource, with applications now open throughout 2019.
Short research placements available for nurses, midwives, pharmacists and allied health professionals – closes 3rd May
The NIHR Manchester BRC, working in partnership with Health Innovation Manchester, is offering you the chance to experience what research is like through short, flexible 4-6 week taster placements
Short research placements available for nurses, midwives, pharmacists and allied health professionals – closes 8th May
The NIHR Manchester BRC in collaboration with the Manchester Clinical Research Facilty is offering you the chance to experience what research is like through short, flexible 4-6 week taster placements
GM Connected Health City: sharing progress & best practice
The Greater Manchester Connected Health City (GM CHC) & Manchester Ecosystem invite you to an event to showcase the progress of the GM CHC, to share best practice & to explore new ways of using data t
Thank you to everyone who supported our research during 2017
We'd like to say a massive thank you to everyone who participated in, delivered or supported research at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust during 2017.