On Wednesday 25th September, the launch of Science Stars, one of St George’s flagship widening participation programmes, took place at the university.
Professor Derek Macallan, Professor of Infectious Diseases, discusses HIV.
See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
If you want to specialise in health, then St George's is the place to build your career.
Research at St George's transforms the lives of people in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
Our scientists are tackling some of the world's most important healthcare challenges
Molecular and Clinical Sciences
We aim to bring together clinical and laboratory researchers to develop new diagnostic and therapeutic solutions while learning more about the mechanisms of human disease.
Infection and Immunity
By developing a better understanding of pathogen biology and human immune responses, we work to enhance diagnosis, prevention and treatment of infectious disease and conditions linked to immune system function.
The Population Health Research Institute measures the burden of disease in communities, explores causes of ill-health and informs policies for prevention and to improve the delivery of health care.
Medical and Biomedical Education
Our Institute of Medical and Biomedical Education is the focus of St George's undergraduate and postgraduate medical and biomedical programmes.
Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education
As one of the leading providers of health, social care and education courses and training in the United Kingdom, we’re proud to be playing a pivotal role in shaping the future workforce for London.
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A first-year PhD student at St George's is part of a team that has won a Wellcome Trust prize for data reuse.
Explore Your Archives: Opening Up the Body
Dr Kirsty Le Doare has been awarded one of the first Future Leaders Fellowships by UK Research and Innovation which will provide seven years of funding and support for her projects in Africa and the
In 1951, a scientist in Baltimore created the first immortal human cell line from a sample taken from a woman named Henrietta Lacks. HeLa cells have since contributed to some of the most important recent advances in medicine
In Meet the Researcher, a series of interviews about inspirational academic research at St George’s, University of London, our people explain their work and its impact on society.
As well as being home to the SU bar, shop, music room and dance studios, we have over 100 clubs and societies that keep students busy while here at St George’s.
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Few cities in the world boast the vibrancy of London. We have close ties with the local community and we play an active role in the vibrancy of the area.
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Close to local transport and with everything you’d expect from modern student housing, Horton Halls is the perfect place to create your home away from home.
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The Students’ Union organises events and allows students to create societies dedicated to sports, cultures or specialisms.
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Courses here are rigorous but we pride ourselves on the personal support we provide students.
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We are a healthcare university. We have dedicated facilities to help you prepare for the clinical environment.
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St George's welcomes mature students on all our courses. In fact, many are designed to help people, like you, access new careers.
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