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St George's Professor Richard Atkinson research has played an important role in influencing policy decisions around options for reducing nitrogen dioxide emissions.
A deeper understanding of pathogen biology and immune system function is underpinning the development of new tools to diagnose, prevent and treat infectious disease.
Close integration with St George's Hospital, clinicians and public health physicians ensures that the institute's research addresses clinical priorities.
The institute sustains a range of international research interests, supporting efforts to control globally important infectious disease.
The institute works in partnership with commercial organisations to ensure that innovative approaches and products are implemented in practice.
Read more about our dedicated research centres and their contributions diagnostics, global health, infection and more.
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