The Art of Medicine: Eternal Art of the Simulated Mind

Our series 'The Art of Medicine' continued on Wednesday 16 April at 6pm with 'Eternal Art of the Simulated Mind'. Artist Alban Low and senior lecturer Harvey Wells of St George's, University of London and Kingston University presented their exciting new art exhibition and award-winning short films, working with health students and patients.

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Spotlight on Science: Preventing Sudden Death in Sport

Former England rugby player Lee Mears lent his support to a successful event examining the issue of sudden death in sport.

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The Art of Medicine: Self-portrait without breasts

On Monday 25 November 2013 St George's, University of London was proud to launch a new 'The Art of Medicine' series which aims to draw out the myriad connections between medicine, science and the arts.

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The St George's, University of London Human Library

As part of the St George's Healthcare Trust and St George's, University of London Community Open Day, members of the public were given a chance to chat with some of our world-renowned experts who posed as 'books'.

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Spotlight on Science: World Rabies Day 2013

We welcomed the public to our third Spotlight on Science event, 'World Rabies Day', providing an insight into our ground-breaking rabies research.

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