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News & Developments

Without research, breakthroughs in medicine wouldn't be possible.

We have a long tradition of research excellence and innovation, pioneering advances in medicine and care through close collaboration with the city’s leading universities, industry partners and our patients. This section will keep you updated with the latest news and developments from our researchers.

 

Sheffield to play leading role in development of innovative technologies

Sheffield to play leading role in development of innovative technologies

11 Sep 17 - Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust one of 11 leading NHS organisations awarded funding to host innovative new research co-operative

 
'Next generation’ device could herald breakthrough in prediction of preterm birth

'Next generation’ device could herald breakthrough in prediction of preterm birth

17 Aug 17 - Doctors and scientists from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Sheffield to use pioneering technology to develop and test new device that could predict onset of premature labour

 
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals named as top ten UK NHS research Trust

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals named as top ten UK NHS research Trust

17 Aug 17 - Patients at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have some of the best access to medical research according to a national league table

 
Groundbreaking prototype of ‘miniature’ MRI scanner for babies tested in Sheffield

Groundbreaking prototype of ‘miniature’ MRI scanner for babies tested in Sheffield

7 Feb 17 - A revolutionary ‘miniature’ MRI scanner for babies is being tested in Sheffield

 
Researchers and patients showcase medical advances of the future

Researchers and patients showcase medical advances of the future

7 Feb 17 - Researchers at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have held a special event showcasing how research can transform future medical care

 
More than 8-fold higher risk of major heart attack for under 50s who smoke

More than 8-fold higher risk of major heart attack for under 50s who smoke

13 Dec 16 - • Younger smokers are over eight times more likely to have a major heart attack than their non-smoking peers, according to new research led by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals in partnership with the University of Sheffield