Centres and Institutions
A world top 100 university with an exceptional research portfolio.
Manchester Academic Health Science Centre (MAHSC) is a partnership between The University of Manchester and six NHS organisations, uniting leading healthcare providers with world-class academics and researchers.
Greater Manchester AHSN brings together 33 members comprising NHS providers, commissioners and universities across Greater Manchester, East Lancashire Trust and East Cheshire.
The first teaching hospital in the community.
The centre conducts research into musculoskeletal disease, hearing health, respiratory disease, dermatology and three cancer themes (prevention, radiotherapy and precision medicine).
Innovation incubator providing state of the art biotech and high tech facilities.
Home to the first member-convened network for 11 Foundation Trusts to focus on improving quality and safety.
Top national recruiters for two of the last three years and conducted more NIHR commercial studies than any other network for each of the last three years.
Europe’s first purpose-built breast cancer prevention facility.
One of 15 Cancer Research UK centres with a state of the art £20 million research building.
The UK’s only MRC Centre for Drug Safety Science.
The largest cancer centre in Europe, treating more than 40,000 patients each year and the first UK centre to be officially accredited as a comprehensive cancer centre.
Innovative mHealth ecosystem formed from collaboration of 18 local organisation and three major industry players, Intel, Bosch and Janssen Healthcare Innovation:
Flagship project of the ECHAlliance international network.
Centre for Genetics in Healthcare (Nowgen):
A national reputation for public engagement work delivering a wide-ranging programme of public events including exhibitions, surveys, and debates.
The only centre to assess epidemiology of arthritic disease in the UK.
Develop evidence-based approaches to keep patients safe in their interactions with primary care.
Provides facilities for early phase clinical research studies in adult and children across four sites at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and The Christie NHS Foundation Trust.
The Manchester ECMC has an active early phase (Phase I/II) clinical trial programme in various cancer types, with coupled biomarkers studies, which aim to inform treatment decisions and monitor the effectiveness of therapies.
The centre unifies NHS services and The University of Manchester research and teaching, creating one of the leading centres for clinical genomics in Europe.
UK Biobank is a major national health resource with the aim of improving the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of serious and life-threatening illnesses. Funded by a range of sources including the Wellcome Trust and Medical Research Council.
CLAHRC is a collaboration to put research into clinical practice.
This is one of only four Health eResearch Centres that make up the UK’s Farr Institute, home to England’s only fully e-enabled health Trust and Europe’s flagship Connected Health Ecosystem.
One of two PBT centres being developed nationally and funded by a £250m Government investment.
NICE provides guidance, advice, quality standards and information services for health, public health and social care.
The National Graphene Institute will be the world’s leading centre of research into the world’s thinnest, strongest and most conductive material - graphene, which was discovered at the University of Manchester.
Eleven Genomic Medicine Centres (GMCs) were established in December 2014 by NHS England. These centres will lead the way in delivering the 100,000 Genomes Project.
This £12.8m facility will use new developments in mass spectrometry.
The leading provider of tertiary and specialist healthcare services in Manchester, the Trust treats more than a million patients every year. Its specialist hospitals are home to hundreds of world class clinicians and academic staff.
Largest national provider of health and social care.
"The Birthplace of the NHS". The first NHS hospital, opened in 1948 by Aneurin Bevan.
The Royal Manchester Children's Hospital provides specialist healthcare services for children and young people.
Manchester Royal Eye Hospital is one of the largest eye teaching hospitals in Europe. Globally acknowledged as a centre of excellence.
This teaching hospital has several areas of excellence.
The University Dental Hospital is one of the key specialist dental hospitals in the UK. Around 90000 patients attend for treatment every year.