St George’s, University of London has been named among the world’s top 200 universities in the most comprehensive and respected rankings of higher education institutions across the globe.
A new study will determine whether new physician associates (PAs), who are increasing being used in the NHS, have a positive impact on the treatment of patients as part of the medical team and have a future role helping fill gaps in healthcare provision.
Scientists have discovered a new gene mutation that causes potentially fatal swelling in unborn and newborn babies. Identifying the gene is the first step toward a future diagnostic test and targeted treatment for this condition.
The prestigious Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide has placed St George’s University of London in the top spot for employment prospects across the UK and in the top ten of universities listed in the capital.
Professor Denny Mitchison, who has been tackling tuberculosis (TB) for the last 70 years, retired this summer. His work has led to the saving of millions of lives.
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