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Physician Associates (PAs) Raj Gill and Nasra Yusuf have worked in a team which has given over 8,000 Covid-19 vaccinations since they began vaccinating patients two months ago.
24 February 2021
Discussion and Q&A with Dr Umar Chaudhry.
25 February 2021
This new series of articles will profile the stories behind major donations received by the University. This story focuses on work funded by James and Margaret Lancaster.
22 February 2021
Learn about budgeting, saving and getting out of debt.
On 25 January Newsnight presenter, Emily Maitlis, was interviewed by 1st year medical student Mujgana Hussainy as part of the latest event for the Big Read.
17 February 2021
Open to students of all year groups and pathways, as well as recent graduates, our programme of events will address themes like Resilience, Workplace Wellbeing and Planning your Career in a Pandemic.
01 March 2021
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Find out more about how our students, staff, researchers and academics are responding to the pandemic.
As the UK’s specialist health university, St George’s is proud to support the NHS workers leading the fight against Covid-19.
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.
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.
Our Institute of Medical and Biomedical Education is the focus of St George's undergraduate and postgraduate medical and biomedical programmes.
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.