The Institute of Health Sciences is a partnership between the University of Manchester and local NHS Trusts

Institute of Health Sciences

Institute of Health Sciences

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About Health Sciences

Health Sciences (2000-12) existed to improve health and health care practice. It was a networked organisation, bringing together the leading health science research groups from across The University of Manchester and local NHS organisations. By working closely with the NHS, the IHS enhanced health research and its dissemination, encouraging the development of evidence-based health policy and practice.

In 2012, the activities and team merged with the Research Deanery in Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences, see more about the merger.

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About the health sciences community in Greater Manchester

The health sciences research community in Manchester is one of the largest and most active in the UK, with over 500 researchers and external grant income of over £30m pa.

We promote networking, collaboration and communication in the health sciences research community across disciplinary, structural and organisational boundaries.

We work in collaboration with Manchester Academic Health Science Centre to support their aim of delivering higher quality healthcare and health to the people of Greater Manchester and beyond.