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NIHR Manchester Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit
Public Programmes Team promotes the importance of involvement and engagement with young patients at national rheumatology conference
The Public Programmes Team has been invited to showcase the breadth of their rheumatology involvement and engagement work with young people at the UK’s biggest paediatric rheumatology conference.
Researchers find evidence linking frailty in men with reduced bone strength
Frailty is associated with an increased risk of fractures in part because frailty predisposes to falls. What is less well known is whether frailty is linked also with a reduction in bone strength.
Children’s clinical research facility recognised for outstanding contribution to research
Thursday 17th November saw the NIHR/Wellcome Trust Children’s Clinical Research Facility team take home the Outstanding Contribution award at the fourth annual Greater Manchester Research Awards.
#DesignforMSK: The Invisible (Visible) Exhbition 5 – 8th December, Manchester Art Gallery
Free art exhibition showcasing design solutions that could improve lives, and explore what it means to be a young person with musculoskeletal conditions.
CMFT staff set to bring the city’s past and future research to life at Manchester Science Festival
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust staff are gearing up to support the tenth annual event – taking place until Sunday 30th October.
CMFT staff shortlisted in Greater Manchester Clinical Research Awards
Congratulations go to individuals and teams across CMFT, after the shortlist for the Greater Manchester Clinical Research Awards has been announced.
Spectacular Science: Manchester Museum Takeover!
Spectacular Science will take place on Saturday 29th Oct, offering a fun-filled family day of science challenges, live experiments, and hands-on demonstrations to delight children and adults alike.
Lupus: Unmet Needs in Clinical Research
Professor Ian Bruce set to speak at NIHR Joint and Related Inflammatory Diseases Translational Research Partnership (TRP) workshop next month.