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Research Insights activities aim to make visible the wide range of fundamental and clinical research underway across St George’s and its impact on human health. Engaging with the sessions will provide real-world context to your learning and also give you access to researchers and ideas for possible futures you may wish to pursue.

Upcoming events in 2021

  • Professor Ann Ooms, Professor of Higher Education Research: Date TBC . Register your attendance here
  • Dr Ferran Valderrama, Reader in Cancer Cell Biology and Academic Director of the Image Resource Facility: Date TBC. Register your attendance here

Research insights is a new and evolving initiative and further activities will develop through the year, both online and on campus.  Your feedback will be sought about the kinds of sessions you value and formats you prefer. 

St George’s students and staff can join the Research Insights online Teams site here to attend online sessions and see upcoming events.  

Previous events recordings

  • Professor Dot Bennett, Director of the Institute for Molecular and Clinical Sciences, on 9 December:

Dot’s talk  introduces the MCS Research Institute, its organization into Research Centres, and how these link up with St George’s Hospital in the new Clinical Academic Groups.  She then conducts a tour through some examples to illustrate the range of different kinds of research going on in the different Centres, with pauses for questions including the embarrassing ones from Ferran.

  • Professor Peter Whincup, Director of the Population Health Research Institute, on 30 November:
  • Professor Rachel Allen, Director of the Institute of Medical and Biomedical Education, on 25 November: 

  • Professor Priscilla Harries, Associate Dean for Research in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education and Jackie McRae, Director of Research for the School of Allied Health on 27 October:

  • Professor Julian Ma, Director of the Institute of Infection & Immunity on 15 October: 

 

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