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University academics named National Teaching Fellows
Three Manchester academics have been recognised for their “outstanding” contributions to Higher Education at this year’s Teaching Excellence Awards.
Manchester leads pledge to reduce ethnic inequalities in healthcare
The Synergi Collaborative Centre has launched the UK’s first national pledge calling on senior NHS leaders to commit to reducing ethnic inequalities in mental healthcare trusts and bodies.
Hearing problems reported by discharged COVID-19 patients
Some patients are reporting deterioration in their hearing eight weeks after discharge from a hospital admission for COVID-19.
Manchester academics elected as Fellows of the British Academy
Professors Gary Younge, James Nazroo and Penny Summerfield are among 86 distinguished scholars to be elected to the prestigious fellowship this year.
Drug target for aggressive breast cancer found
Scientists have discovered a way to slow the growth of breast cancer stem cells in the lab.
Aerosol could be significant form of COVID-19 transmission
Early survey results have suggested that the COVID-19 transmitted through aerosol transmission is materially significant.
Manchester doctors play key role in COVID-19 drug research
A medical trial involving experts at Manchester has found the first drug to ‘significantly lower’ death rates in COVID-19 patients hospitalised with severe respiratory complications.
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