Research and innovation news
Keep up-to-date with the latest news, publications and events from the Research and Innovation team at MFT.
Metacognitive therapy (MCT) trial on the cardiac PATHWAY to success!
The PATHWAY team at Manchester Mental Health & Social Care Trust (MMHSCT) celebrated success this week as all three study sites successfully enrolled their first participants.
BRU researchers lead pilot MRC-NIHR National Phenome Centre study to profile methotrexate response in Rheumatoid Arthritis
The BRU has been awarded an MRC-NIHR National Phenome Centre pilot project, which will facilitate new and exciting research into identifying biomarkers that could predict RA patients' response to MTX.
MAHSC Internal Peer Review
The aim of the internal Peer Review is to enhance the competitiveness of RfPB applications from MAHSC members, improving quality by providing critical evaluations of applications in final draft stage.
BRU Theme Lead Professor Anthony Freemont to led new Manchester Molecular Pathology Innovation Centre
Manchester Molecular Pathology Innovation Centre, to be led by Professor Tony Freemont, BRU Theme Lead , will employ and train scientists in the usof emerging molecular pathology research techniques.
Greater Manchester Clinical Research Awards 2015
The Greater Manchester Clinical Research Awards provide an opportunity for people working in the Greater Manchester research community to benchmark their skills against their peers.
Manchester RP Patient Information Day
Free of charge event, hosted by Prof. Paulo Stanga of Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, promises a fabulous line up of speakers, covering all the latest developments in Retinitis pigmentosa research
MRI top of the league for recruitment into biologics register for rheumatoid arthritis
The biologics register is enabling us to tailor care to individuals and improve outcomes for rheumatoid arthritis patients
CMFT put Manchester on the map for research study delivery
Performance data reveals that CMFT is in second place nationally for recruitment into diabetes studies