Steve Mannion, a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Head of the Department of Conflict & Catastrophe Medicine at St George's, describes the impact of the earthquake in Nepal and how he became involved in the crisis.
The first students have graduated from the University of Nicosia Medical School’s degree programme.
Dr Joanna Sheldon, Professor Julian Ma and a team of PhD students will be at the Chelsea Flower Show which takes place this week to display their plants which help grow medicine in their research.
A national survey has found that graduates of St George’s, University of London, have the second best job prospects for final year students of all universities across the country.
St George’s, University of London, has launched a new free online course to give healthcare professionals a basic grounding in genomic medicine.
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