Research and innovation news
Keep up-to-date with the latest news, publications and events from the Research and Innovation team at MFT.
More than 150 guests attend the launch of animated film exploring the damage of sight loss and pioneering bionic eye technology
A new, intricately painted stop-frame animated film exploring the damage of sight loss and the use of the ground-breaking bionic eye for vision restoration launched.
Unique art project showing how artificial and natural sight have been combined for the first time in history launched at Manchester Science Festival
An exciting new art project is exploring the damage of sight loss caused by Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) and the use of the ground-breaking bionic eye for vision restoration.
Parent-led early intervention for autism is the first to show reduction in symptom severity through to ages 7-11
An early intervention for autism aimed at helping parents communicate with their child has been shown to have an effect on reducing the severity of autism symptoms.
Maternal and Fetal Health researchers deliver more than 20 years’ service at CMFT
Two members of the Maternal and Fetal Health research team are celebrating after clocking up 21 years’ service here at Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (CMFT).
Manchester Heart Centre team recruits 500th patient to UK-wide study comparing treatments for severe narrowing of vital heart valve
The research team at Manchester Heart Centre has recruited the 500th patient to a UK-wide study looking at two ways of treating aortic stenosis.
Researchers across Manchester attend drop-in sessions to find out more about patient and public involvement/engagement
Free sessions for researchers across Manchester to find out more about patient and public involvement and engagement (PPI/E) in clinical research have been hailed a success.
New Manchester study suggests changes to help community disability teams assess patient’s mental capacity
New research findings, published in the British Journal of Learning Disabilities, suggest some changes could be made to help staff when they’re assessing people’s ability to make decisions.
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.