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Today, St George’s, University of London has launched a Coronavirus Action Fund to support research in response to the coronavirus pandemic and continue work to improve health.
See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
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We caught up with Professor Paul Heath to find out more about the latest Covid-19 vaccine news and how vaccinations will eventually be rolled out.
Meeting new people, forging new friendships and feeling a sense of belonging are an important part of university experience and helping you with this is important to us at St George’s.
We’ve created Making Connections to provide a range of virtual communities and formats that will help you make connections with fellow students from across programmes and with staff at a time when Covid-19 restrictions mean that our university community is operating partially online.
Find out more below about the range of Making Connections communities and the kinds of activities you can participate in. All of them run throughout the year but will be more frequent during the welcome weeks. They will start largely online as Teams communities and move on-campus when possible.
Don’t forget to also look at the activities and welcome events being planned by your Students’ Union.
A friendly virtual space for chance encounters and informal conversations between students and staff
A varied extracurricular programme that brings science, medicine and healthcare into dialogue with the arts, humanities, and enterprise.
A series of events that brings staff and students together through shared reading experiences.
We have created a virtual space where we can get to know you, and you can get to know us and each other; it’s very relaxed and friendly.
Opportunities for students to interact with research leaders and teams to gain insight into our research and its impact on human health.
Informal drawing and painting sessions for students and staff together, using the Pathology Museum collection for inspiration.
A virtual version of the on-campus Postgraduate Common Room that is open to all postgraduate students (taught and research).
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