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NIHR Manchester Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit
BRU Theme Lead Professor Anthony Freemont to led new Manchester Molecular Pathology Innovation Centre
Manchester Molecular Pathology Innovation Centre, to be led by Professor Tony Freemont, BRU Theme Lead , will employ and train scientists in the usof emerging molecular pathology research techniques.
Greater Manchester Clinical Research Awards 2015
The Greater Manchester Clinical Research Awards provide an opportunity for people working in the Greater Manchester research community to benchmark their skills against their peers.
MRI top of the league for recruitment into biologics register for rheumatoid arthritis
The biologics register is enabling us to tailor care to individuals and improve outcomes for rheumatoid arthritis patients
Find out more about the NIHR / HEE Integrated Clinical Academic Programme
The ICA Programme provides personal research training awards for healthcare professional who wish to develop careers that combine clinical research and leadership with continued clinical practice.
New test could predict arthritis drug failure in patients
A study by The University of Manchester has found that it may be possible to predict early which rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients will fail to respond to the biologic drugs given to treat them.
BRU research round up: Theme 6 – Evaluation of new therapies and devices
The broad aim of Theme 6 is to explore and evaluate new therapies and devices for the treatment of Osteoarthritis.
New iPad app helps children and young people with JIA communicate their pain experiences
The results of a study presented today at EULAR 2015 demonstrated the value of a new interactive iPad app that helps young people with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis (JIA) describe their pain.
BRU study into lupus is looking for healthy volunteers
A study looking at biomarkers of disease activity, neurocognitive function and cardiovascular risk in a cohort of patients with systemic lupus erythematosus is looking for healthy volunteers.