Business

"We do all we can at St George's to transfer our skills and share our knowledge"

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Business

The centre for Enterprise and Innovation is the commercialisation hub of St George's, University of London. Whether you are looking for a consultant or expert, wish to discuss a licensing opportunities, explore partnering opportunities, utilise our student talent or develop your networks - we can help.

We are committed to supporting our external partners in both the public and private sectors to access the help that they need. We are also responsible for promoting and encouraging relationships and collaborations to commercialise the work of our exceptional researchers.

As you would expect from a prestigious medical school, we have a range of services available to external parties including our  Medical BIOMICS Centre - the world's first purpose-built facility combining genomics, transcriptomics and metabolomics on a clinical site, Vaccine Institute which has a focus on diseases of poverty that afflict populations in underdeveloped and resource-poor areas.

We are always happy to discuss your ideas and requirements, simply get in touch: email or call 020 8266 6477.

News

Loss of sensation in the feet of diabetes patients linked to cardiovascular disease, say researchers

Experts have discovered that loss of sensation in the feet, a result of diabetes, may be a predictor of cardiovascular events such as heart attack and strokes.

100 years on - The part ethics played for army doctors in World War One

The First World War started a century ago. Many medics and doctors were involved in the fighting which left a staggering 16 million people dead including 18 doctors who trained at St George's.

Experts to combat the potential ‘health catastrophe’ of deadly tuberculosis among people with diabetes

New research aims to estimate the benefits of different ways to carry out screening both patients with tuberculosis (TB) for diabetes and the other way around in parts of the world where both diseases are common.

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