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We have a strong track record of collaboration with life sciences companies and are passionate about the contribution that clinical research can make to patient care.
We’re based within Europe’s largest clinical academic campus, home to extensive experimental and early phase facilities, including three integrated NIHR Clinical Research Facilities. And our region is one of the UK’s top biomedical industry clusters, containing three Life Science Enterprise Zones and more than 300 companies.
The Salford Lung Study is an example of a recent ground-breaking trial that we supported. From the early engagement co-ordinating getting all the GP practices and pharmacies involved with the study, through to running training sessions for the nurse teams; we were heavily involved throughout. Find out more.
Find out more about our research support offering via our life sciences and healthcare innovation fact sheet.
For any study that is eligible or applying for Network support, we offer a range of services across the research pathway that will help study feasibility, set up and delivery to time and target. Find out more.
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Find out more about the training we provide across Greater Manchester for people planning or delivering NHS research:
Patient and public involvement (PPI) in research is an important part of our funding, commissioning and management process. We expect researchers to actively involve the public in their research. We also involve members of the public in reviewing funding applications and as members of decision-making committees and panels, making recommendations about research funding. Find out more.
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