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NIHR Manchester Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit
Gene variants show potential in predicting rheumatoid arthritis disease outcomes
Arthritis Research UK-funded scientists at The University of Manchester have identified a new way in which genotyping can be used to predict disease outcomes among sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis.
Paediatric and Adolescent Rheumatologist joins the BRU
A new paediatric and adolescent rheumatologist has recently joined the Biomedical Research Unit (BRU) to help strength research in the Childhood Arthritis theme.
Explore joints and genes at the Museum of Science and Industry
Did you know arthritis affects people from childhood to old age? Or that both genes and lifestyle play a major role in disease development? Get the chance to find out more about the latest research in
Professor Ian Greer named as new Director of MAHSC
Professor Ian Greer has been appointed as the new Director of Manchester Academic Health Science Centre (MAHSC).
BRU PhD student Holly Hope is a runner up in the Three Minute Thesis competition
Holly Hope, an NIHR Manchester BRU funded PhD student is a runner up in The University of Manchester's Three Minute Thesis competition.
BRU researcher Dr Sarah Skeoch awarded NIHR Clinical Lecutreship
Dr Sarah Skeoch have been awarded prestigious National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Lectureships, to support her Biomedical Research Unit Small Grant funded research.
BRU researcher Dr Sarah Skeoch awarded NIHR Clinical Lectureship
Dr Sarah Skeoch have been awarded prestigious National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Lectureships, to support their Biomedical Research Unit funded research.
Waiting times halved for rheumatoid arthritis patients, and £100k a year saved, at MRI
Virtual Biologics Clinic has halved waiting times for rheumatoid arthritis patients prescribed biologic therapies and £100,000 is being saved every year at Manchester Royal Infirmary (MRI)