News & Events
As a dynamic institution at the forefront of bone research, The Mellanby Centre hosts international speakers at our regular Research Seminar Series.
The next seminar will be on Friday 19 October 2018 at 1.00-2.00 pm, LT03, F Floor, Medical School entitled “Potential of screening for fracture risk – what we are learning from recent controlled trials” by Professor Eugene McCloskey, Academic Unit of Metabolic Bone, Department of Oncology & Metabolism, University of Sheffield.
The work of the Mellanby Centre has recently been the subject of news articles.
We have been successful in obtaining a number of grants this year
We have been successful in winning a number of prizes in the past year
The year 2019 will mark 50 years since the first publication on the biological effects of the bisphosphonates. Since then more than 27,000 papers have appeared on PubMed! We invite you to join us in Sheffield as we celebrate this golden anniversary. The meeting will review developments over the past 50 years, discuss our current understanding and look at what the future may hold.
The discovery that BPs could inhibit bone resorption led very quickly to their clinical use in Paget’s disease and in patients with skeletal complications of cancer and later in osteoporosis. They remain the major drugs used for these conditions and their use in clinical therapeutics is likely to continue well into the future.
Sheffield is England’s 5th largest city, and with its two universities has been voted the UK’s most popular student destination. It has a vibrant and diverse social scene, and at the same time is one of the UK’s greenest cities, with one third of the city lying within the Peak District National Park. Transport links are good and there is a choice of international airports within an hour of the city.
We look forward to welcoming you to Sheffield in July 2019!
Richard Eastell / Graham Russell
Date: 13-14 June 2018
Report on the day to follow shortly
8th Annual Mellanby Centre Research Day
Friday 1 December 2017
Congratulations to prize winners: Jess Warrington for best oral presentation, Thomas Franchi for best poster presentation, Christian Lee for best SNAP poster presentation. Thank you to all who attended and made the day such a success. A review of the day can be found here.
Mellanby Non-coding RNAs in Bone and Cartilage Workshop
19-20 October 2017
Halifax Hall, University of Sheffield
Report coming soon
19-20 June 2017
1st Sheffield Workshop on Translational Research of Bone Sarcoma
7th Annual Mellanby Centre Research Day Friday 2 December 2016
Congratulations to prize winners: Ryan Bishop for best oral presentation, Darren Lath for best poster presentation, Karan Shah for best SNAP poster presentation. Thank you to all who attended and made the day such a success. A review of the day can be found here.
Mellanby Centre Training Course: Diagnostic Tests for Osteoporosis 6 & 7 July 2015
Thanks to all who attended the 2015 training course in July which was another resounding success. A special thank you is due to all the speakers, sponsors and organisers, in particular Professor Richard Eastell, who ensured an exciting and educational programme.
Sheffield Protocol for Monitoring Bone Turnover Marker Response to Osteoporosis Therapy:
PINP Algorithm [PDF]
PINP Document [PDF]