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St George’s researchers recently found that shorter courses of lower-dose antibiotics are just as effective as higher doses taken for longer.
The Archives and Special Collections hold the institutional records of the organisation, illustrating the history of medicine and medical education.
Learn more about the history of St George's, the people associated with it and the history of health and medicine
Between 2017 and 2021, the archive was funded by the Wellcome to conserve, digitise and catalogue St George's post-mortem records (1841-1946).
Formerly known as the Pathology Museum, the museum holds over 2,000 pathological specimens.
To preserve our digital heritage, we have launched a cross-organisational project on digital preservation, including material relating to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Archives is contributing to the institution-wide equality and diversity work with research into the records held in the archives and the history of St George's.
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