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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 host ‘pop up’ blood donation centre to help unique Covid study

Sheffield to host ‘pop up’ blood donation centre to help unique Covid study

13 May 21 - Urgent appeal seeking volunteers who’ve had Covid-19 but did not require treatment launched as ‘pop-up’ blood donation centre opens in Sheffield from Saturday 15 May to help scientists identify new treatments for Covid-19

 
Sheffield researchers to lead major study seeking to understand what matters most to patients with colitis and Crohn’s disease

Sheffield researchers to lead major study seeking to understand what matters most to patients with colitis and Crohn’s disease

1 Apr 21 - Researchers from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals' specialist inflammatory bowel disease unit awarded £450,000 to find out what matters most to patients with inflammatory bowel disease, including lesser heard voices

 
Researchers from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals help to save up to 1 million lives worldwide by pioneering highly effective COVID-19 therapy

Researchers from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals help to save up to 1 million lives worldwide by pioneering highly effective COVID-19 therapy

1 Apr 21 - New figures show tens of thousands of patients have benefited from a Covid-19 therapy trialled at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

 
New study finds strong immune response following Covid-19 vaccination

New study finds strong immune response following Covid-19 vaccination

1 Apr 21 - First findings from PITCH study, led by the Universities of Sheffield and Oxford and funded by the Department of Health and Social Care, shows one dose of the Pfizer vaccine generates robust T cell and antibody responses in 99 per cent of people.

 
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals consultant elected as President of prestigious national society

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals consultant elected as President of prestigious national society

1 Apr 21 - Professor John Snowden elected President of the British Society of Blood and Marrow Transplantation and C

 
Pioneering £1.8m study to investigate if pregnancy success rates improved by removing small fibroids in womb

Pioneering £1.8m study to investigate if pregnancy success rates improved by removing small fibroids in womb

1 Apr 21 - • Researchers from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust awarded £1.8m to assess if removing small fibroids and endometrial polyps improves women’s chances of having a baby