Alumnus David Brill releases ‘Making a Medic: The Ultimate Guide to Medical School’

Alumnus David Brill, who graduated in Medicine last year and is an FY2 doctor working in A&E, has recently released a book – ‘Making a Medic: The Ultimate Guide to Medical School’. On Thursday 12 September, he came back to St George’s to hold a workshop for current students to share his tips and insights on how to study effectively and get great marks while maintaining a good work-life balance. We spoke to him about his experience of studying Medicine at St George’s and what inspired him to write the book.

What inspired you to write ‘Making a Medic’?

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5 minutes with....alumna Dr Heather Ryan

We caught up with alumna Dr Heather Ryan to talk to her about her time at St George's and her career path since graduating in 2011. Heather is now GP, splitting her time between working in a practice treating the the public and as a Recruitment Fellow for the Royal College of General Practitioners.


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St George's 1958 alumni reconnect at 60 years reunion

On Wednesday 12 September, a group of St George's alumni who graduated in 1958 reconnected with each other and their peers from across the United Hospitals at a reunion at King's College London.


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Professor Denis Mitchison 1919-2018

Professor Denis Mitchison, who has died aged 98, will be remembered for his outstanding contribution to the field of tuberculosis research.

‘Denny’ as he was known, was Emeritus Professor in the Institute for Infection and Immunity at St George’s, and only formally retired from academic life in 2015.

Postgraduate alumni share their career tips

A group of alumni and staff volunteers returned to St George’s, University of London to talk about their career paths since graduating and share their advice and insights with current students.

27 June 2018

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