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Researchers at St George’s are to begin running the latest University of Oxford-led Com-COV study, looking into different Covid-19 vaccination schedules for young people aged 12 to 16.
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Learn about the four focus themes of our leading research: cardiovascular research, ageing, neurosciences and genetics.
In this area you will find information to help support your work within Molecular and Clinical Sciences.
The Cardiology Clinical Academic Group (CAG) has cross-disciplinary cardiovascular translational research at its core.
We carry out internationally competitive research aimed at understanding the mechanisms that underlie processes essential for life.
We are a group of 11 principal investigators with affiliated members from across the university and trust. We study the impact of variation in the genome on disease susceptibility.
Neuroscience research at St George’s is interactive and wide-ranging, from the molecular through mathematical modelling and linguistics to surgery and physiotherapy.
The focus of this centre is on understanding the mechanisms that determine normal physiology and how these are altered in disease scenarios in various vascular beds including at the feto-maternal interface as well as systemic arteries.
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