Translation Manchester brings together a network of support, facilities and expertise to make the pathway to translation quicker and easier.
Translational research is the process by which basic scientific research is translated into patient-focused research that improves healthcare and wellbeing within society.
Successful translational research relies on collaborations and multidisciplinary working. Translation Manchester aims to:
- enable research progression across all stages of the translational pathway;
- facilitate new and productive connections between academic researchers, the clinical workforce and industry;
- raise the profile of translational research at the University and associated Greater Manchester NHS trusts;
- support researchers in overcoming the barriers and bottlenecks encountered in their translational research.
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Learn how Translation Manchester supports translation research across the University.
Apply for funding
Find out about our Access 2 Expertise and Projects 4 Translation funding schemes.
Explore the Translation Manchester network and find collaborators to support your research progression.
Learn and develop essential skills to support the progression of translational research.
Access useful resources for translational researchers.
Get in touch to see how we can help you progress your translational research.
Translational research pathway
The pathway can be applied to any functional healthcare intervention including medical procedures and devices, treatment and drug development pathways, diagnostic tests and imaging, software development, education, training and lifestyle changes.