Biology, medicine and health
Our researchers are exploring all aspects of the disease, from prevention to treatment.
Dr Ruth Bromley is leading a team of clinical ethicists at the NHS Nightingale Hospital North West.
We're investigating how the social care system can protect society's most vulnerable, as well as those who care for them.
Experts discuss tackling underlying conditions by combining public policy reform with community change and technology.
Experts review the international dental guidance to help support policy planners in producing their own national guidance.
Staff share their experiences of working at Manchester Royal Infirmary during COVID-19.
Kevin Munro explains why we’re investigating the long-term impact on hearing following coronavirus.
Experts discuss how T cells are involved and what it might mean for vaccine development.
'Your COVID-19 Risk' is an online tool that allows anyone to calculate their risk of contracting and spreading the virus.
Early results from a Manchester study show privacy and lack of effectiveness are amongst the most common concerns.
Research shows parts of the SARS-CoV-2 strain that activate an immune response, which could act as targets for vaccine development.
We're helping the national effort to accelerate clinical trials in intensive and critical care patients.
Manchester is part of a global network that is gathering data to assess the impact of COVID-19 on patients with rheumatic disease.
A genetic testing testing team are adapting lab space to accelerate tesing in the north-west.
Immunologists are helping us to better understand how COVID-19 affects people differently.
A study of COPD patients found higher levels of the virus receptor in those who were overweight.
Mental health services have positively adapted to provide user-led, remote, informal and universal talking therapies.
Research has shown that more than 25% of the UK is 'likely to have been infected by COVID-19'.
Experts have carried out a rapid review of evidence to help policy-makers decide how to reopen dental services post-lockdown.
Experts say “we must step up research to harness immense power of the immune system” in the fight against COVID-19.
Experts map existing inequalities onto disease exposure, susceptibility, severity, and treatment.
The 'Keeping Well at Home' guide is for those who are unable to go outside, or have limited access to online resources.
Prof Munro warns that masks may prevent lip/speech reading and impair speech transmission for those hard of hearing.
Researchers are surveying young people to find out if social media helps minimise the negative effects of isolation.
Prof Kostarelos believes if we treat COVID-19 as a chronic disease, that a cancer care model could provide a constructive way forward.
New guidance has been published to support people with dementia and their carers affected by COVID-19.
Psychologists are to study whether writing about difficult experiences during the lockdown can help emotional wellbeing.
Research shows that children of mothers with mental illness are less likely to receive vaccinations during their first five years.
Professor Tony Redmond has been appointed as the Medical Director of the temporary hospital at Manchester Central.
Research shows social distancing is leading to heightened feelings of anxiety and depression.
A Manchester group has created printable online materials to help medical staff on the frontline of the COVID-19 response.
Manchester is to carry out a study that will inform policy on social distancing and supply chains.
Psychologists want people to complete online questionnaires to understand the effects of COVID-19 on mental health.