Research and innovation news
Keep up-to-date with the latest news, publications and events from the Research and Innovation team at MFT.
MFT to become an innovation hub and help the local health system become a better adopter of health care improvements
MFT has been selected by the Health Foundation to be part of a new programme supporting health care providers to create the the conditions that will enable faster & more effective uptake of innovation
Manchester researchers aim to make surgical operations greener
Healthcare staff at Wythenshawe Hospital have launched a collaborative research project into how surgical care can be made more environmentally sustainable.
‘This research may help people like me to continue to live independently’ – what being part of research means to Jean
Ground-breaking research taking place at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital is trialling a new investigational gene therapy designed to halt the progression of dry age-related macular Degeneration (AMD).
NMGH consultant, Professor Andrew Rowland, awarded Senior Fellowship
Professor Andrew Rowland, Consultant in Children’s Emergency Medicine at NMGH, has been awarded a Senior Fellowship of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management.
MFT COVID-19 research reaches milestone 10,000 participants recruited
More than 10,000 participants have now taken part in COVID-19 research studies at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT).
Working with families to improve the lives of children with autism – by being part of research
For nine-year-old Leo, and his mum, Lisa, taking part in a clinical trial at the NIHR Manchester Clinical Research Facility has been important for many reasons.
Research conducted at MFT plays key role in transforming the lives of people with cystic fibrosis
Patients at Manchester Adult Cystic Fibrosis Centre are the first in Europe to have received the life-changing drug, Kaftrio, as part of standard NHS care.
International COVID-19-inspired webcomic gets the attention of leading scientists and policy makers, who are now involving young people in their work
The final chapter of the nine-part webcomic, ‘Planet Divoc-91’ – featuring articles and art by young adults in India, South Africa and the UK – was published this week.