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Research shows effective communication from doctors could reduce anxiety for wet age-related macular degeneration patients
The study, authored by Dr Tariq Aslam, demonstrates the value of interaction between clinician and patient in offering reassurance around the efficacy and safety associated with anti-VEGF injections.
CMFT joins new national IMPACT network to deliver early stem cell transplantation trials
Congratulations to the haematology research team, headed by Dr Eleni Tholouli, who will receive funding to recruit a new Band 6 Research Nurse for the four-year project.
Renal research team recruit first UK patient for study investigating drug to reduce cardiac risk
Congratulations to the renal research team who have recruited the first patient in the UK for the CaLIPSO study into helping treat patients with chronic kidney disease.
MAHSC Internal Peer Review – NIHR Research for Patient Benefit (RfPB) Applications
NIHR have recently announced the next call for RfPB applications. MAHSC will be reviewing applications for the Wednesday 19th July 2017 deadline.
NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre website launches
NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) celebrates start of funding with the launch of a new website.
Trial coordinators reach finals of Pharma Times International Researcher of the Year competition
Congratulations to Sasi Neelamekam and Anam Asif from the Medicine and Community Division for reaching the final stage in the Clinical Research Site category.
Research led by CMFT consultant shows mite-proof bedcovers may reduce asthma flare-ups in children
Dr Clare Murray, consultant respiratory paediatrician at CMFT, authored a study which showed that children using special bedcovers were less likely to have a severe asthma exacerbation.
CMFT musculoskeletal physiotherapist awarded NIHR CLAHRC research internship
Doré Young, Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at CMFT, has been awarded an NIHR CLAHRC research internship to complete a project on managing low back pain.