New system to detect patients’ antibiotic resistance to take just 30 mins

A new device being developed by medical experts will transform the time it takes to detect antibiotic resistance in patients from several days to just half an hour.

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St George’s expert helps Nepal earthquake relief effort

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.

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Medical school’s first graduation ceremony in Cyprus

The first students have graduated from the University of Nicosia Medical School’s degree programme.

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St George’s experts set to bloom at Chelsea Flower Show

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.

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St George’s ranked 2nd in the UK for graduate job prospects

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.

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