Author: Dr Rebecca Lee
In this blog, Dr Rebecca Lee considers what she learnt from her visit to one of the USA’s top five paediatric research centres and the applications for her own research.
Author: Professor Anne Barton
Rheumatoid arthritis - taking a step towards changing clinical practice in assessing disease activity
Author: Dr Piers Dawes
Dr Piers Dawes, Hearing Health Minimising Risk Programme Lead discusses how Manchester BRC aims to help people with hearing problems have a better quality of life - by helping them to help themselves.
Author: Olivia Joseph and Celia Hulme
Celia Hulme Manchester BRC Doctoral student, a Deaf BSL user and Olivia Joseph, Manchester BRC PPIE Project Manager tell us how and why they developed research’s first Deaf Experts by Experience group (DEEG) in the UK.
Author: Dr Georgia Lada
In her blog for Mental Health Awareness Week (13 – 19 May), Dr Georgia Lada, a psychiatrist with a special interest in psycho-dermatology, considers the psychiatric co-morbidities of psoriasis.
Author: Professor Kevin J Munro
Celebrating Deaf Awareness Week, and the 100 year anniversary of the Manchester Centre for Audiology and Deafness, Professor Kevin J Munro, Hearing Health Theme Lead, introduces a series of thought provoking blogs by our Manchester BRC Hearing Health researchers
Author: Professor Stephen Fowler
On World Asthma Day, Dr Stephen Fowler, Asthma Programme Associate Lead, reflects on the current routes to asthma diagnosis, the implications of misdiagnosis and how he hopes our current research will lead to improvements in care by getting each patient on the right treatment at the right time.
Author: Dr Alex Oldroyd
Myositis: smart phone technology harnessed to detect the onset of leg muscle damage