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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 expert receives highest honour bestowed by Diabetes UK

Sheffield expert receives highest honour bestowed by Diabetes UK

7 Mar 19 - Professor Simon Heller delivers 2019 Banting Memorial Lecture in recognition of outstanding contribution to diabetes research

 
Liver drug to be trialled in patients with Parkinson’s patients

Liver drug to be trialled in patients with Parkinson’s patients

15 Feb 19 - A groundbreaking study looking to see if a drug that has been used to treat liver disease for over 30 years can now help to advance treatment and care for patients with Parkinson’s disease is being led by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals.

 
Sheffield patients to take part in landmark irritable bowel syndrome trial

Sheffield patients to take part in landmark irritable bowel syndrome trial

11 Jan 19 - Sheffield Teaching Hospitals one of 20 UK sites participating in a groundbreaking trial looking at whether an anti-sickness drug commonly given to patients having cancer treatments such as radiotherapy and chemotherapy could improve the lives of patients

 
Research conference showcases healthcare innovation in region

Research conference showcases healthcare innovation in region

22 Oct 18 - NEARLY 200 healthcare professionals, scientists and clinicians from across the Sheffield region have gathered for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals’ first ever research and innovation conference.

 
Sheffield researchers awarded £2m global health grant to tackle complications arising from preterm birth in world’s poorest countries

Sheffield researchers awarded £2m global health grant to tackle complications arising from preterm birth in world’s poorest countries

23 Aug 18 - World leading experts from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals and the University of Sheffield awarded £2mn Global Health grant from the National Institute for Health Research to tackle preterm birth in some of the world's poorest countries

 
Pioneering medical technology research organisation celebrates ten years

Pioneering medical technology research organisation celebrates ten years

19 Jul 18 - Pioneering national research programme, led by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Scientific and Innovation Director celebrates tenth anniversary