We aim to facilitate and support the progression of scientific discoveries towards the delivery of improved healthcare.
Taking discovery research to patient-centred research and then clinical implementation is a multi-step process, as you can see from the Translational Research Pathway (PowerPoint presentation).
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How we can help you
Moving your research along the Translational Research Pipeline
We can help your research progress to the next stage of the pipeline. We have established the Translation Manchester Research Network as a central resource that brings together the University, NHS and industry across Greater Manchester.
We also provide funding and training to help you overcome bottlenecks in your research. Get in touch to see how we can support your translational research by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finding a translational research angle for pure basic research
If you work in pure basic research (D1 on the Translational Research Pipeline) and want to find a translational research angle, we can help you explore this.
The earlier you consider how your research can translate into a healthcare benefit, the better. The link between your research and healthcare improvement might not be obvious, but we can help, so please get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
Meet the team behind Translation Manchester and find out how they can help you to overcome barriers in advancing your translational research.
Professor Luke Georghiou
Luke is the Deputy President and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of The University of Manchester. He is principal investigator of the Wellcome Trust TPA and Chair of the strategic oversight group. He is responsible for business engagement and commercialisation activities as well as general executive duties.
Professor Nigel Hooper
Nigel is Associate Vice-President for Research at the University. He is Vice-Chair of the Strategic Oversight Group.
Dr Lloyd Gregory
Lloyd is the Academic Partnerships Director at Health Innovation Manchester and the Operational co-Lead for the Wellcome Trust TPA that is supporting the Translation Manchester Research Network as well two internal funding schemes A2E and P4T.
Dr Natalie Theodoulou
Natalie is the Research Development and Innovation manager in the Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health and operational co-lead of the TPA programme.
Dr Alessandro Faroni
Alessandro is a Translational Research Manager and manages the TPA programme, including the A2E and P4T funding schemes. He has extensive research experience in regenerative medicine and has developed a medical device for clinical application.
Dr Elli Marinopoulou
Dr Elli Marinopoulou is the Translational Research Manager managing the delivery of the TPA programme including all funding and training schemes. Elli was a Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellow here at the University and has extensive experience in supporting research bids.
Dr Lijing Lin
Lijing is the Translational Research Bioinformatician managing the Access to Bioinformatics Expertise service to provide bioinformatics support to researchers across the University, NHS and their industrial partners. She has extensive research experience in numerical analysis, bioinformatics, and statistical analysis with clinical data.
Sally is our Translational Research Support Officer who focuses on supporting the activities of the Translational Partnership Award and Translation Manchester leading on our comms, events and funding calls coordination. Sally has several years of previous experience in administration and on the IMID study here at the University.