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Pregnancy outcomes for mothers and babies have worsened during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a review led by St George’s Professor Asma Khalil.
The Centre for Biomedical Education is the home of the undergraduate science programmes at St George's, University of London.
Anatomy is the study of the structure of the human body, and has been one of the pillars of biological and medical education for centuries. The Section of Anatomy is committed to delivering excellent and innovative teaching for all healthcare students.
Members of this section are engaged in research that aims to understand the basis of a variety of human disorders and diseases at the cellular level.
The Molecular Biology Section provides broad support to many degree courses at all levels within the University.
As one of the largest sections, members of the physiology section are involved in teaching, research and enterprise within the University.
Our section is committed to deliver excellent teaching and a vibrant learning environment to our undergraduate and postgraduate students in the area of pharmacology.
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