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St George’s, University of London is a specialist university exclusively dedicated to medical and health sciences education, training and research. We share a clinical environment with St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, a major London teaching hospital, offering exceptional opportunities for knowledge exchange and translational research.
The university has an international reputation for research and innovation, with strong links to other institutions and organisations. We are constantly seeking to expand our university-industry collaborations to foster and excel our innovative research and enable impact on health.
Our mission is to promote excellence in teaching, clinical practice and research within medicine and health sciences. At St George’s, our world-leading researchers in the medical sciences are encouraged to contribute their scientific knowledge to society through collaborations with other research institutions. Through these collaborations, we’ve successfully been awarded numerous research grants. The results of these research collaborations have positively impacted the medical world and public health worldwide.
If you’re from another university or research institution and are interested in collaborating with one of our researchers, please get in touch.
Collaboration opportunities currently available in the following areas of principal interest:
St George’s close integration with its adjoining hospital provides a number of benefits to research collaboration; primarily, it ensures that the research is rooted in the realities of clinical practice and that it addresses clinical priorities.
The university and the hospital together form a co-located teaching hospital and healthcare-university partnership in south London, sharing the tripartite mission of medical schools and their teaching hospitals – teaching, research, and clinical service.
St George’s has a partnership with Kingston University in the Joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, which has a significant role in the training of allied healthcare professional and paramedics.
The Joint Research and Enterprise Services (JRES) support all research activities across both the university and the Trust and can guide you to the principal investigators in your field of interest, or help you find a collaborator. We then remain at your service to provide support throughout your research project on areas such as funding, clinical research set up and management.
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