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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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According to NIHR data, the sites are leading the country for urgent public health studies into coronavirus.
As the UK’s specialist health university, St George’s is proud to support the NHS workers leading the fight against COVID-19. Find out more about how our students, staff, researchers and academics are responding to the pandemic.
Rozina explains where the idea for the group came from and her role in the organisation.
06 May 2020
Anna Hardy is a first year Biomedical Scientist who has recently volunteered to work as healthcare assistant at St George’s Hospital. Anna explains what the experience has been like for her.
11 May 2020
Senior Lecturer Zoë Hayman discusses her role at NHS Nightingale, her motivations for getting involved and her experience so far.
04 May 2020
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We spoke to Dr Hamed Khan, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Skills lecturer at St George’s, who is working on the frontline in General Practice and in Paediatric A&E at St George’s Hospital.
20 May 2020
New guidance published in The BMJ during Mental Health Awareness Week has outlined guidance for primary care workers on the best methods to mitigate the psychological effects of social distancing.
22 May 2020
A rapid diagnostic test, evaluated by St George’s researchers and developed in collaboration with Mologic Ltd, is going to be used to assess coronavirus in cancer patients.
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Biomedical Science graduate, Rosie, helped set up the programme after seeing the difficulties some vulnerable residents in her area faced trying to access food as a result of the current crisis.
Rosie discusses the biggest challenges and changes to her work during the outbreak.
Diagnostic radiographer, Ziyad, talks about how the pandemic has affected his work.
Dr Hamed Khan answers some public questions on the BBC.
Dr Elisabetta Groppelli appears on Channel 4’s science debate "Can Science Beat The Virus?"
Hear from our experts on the latest efforts to curb the coronavirus pandemic and why there’s hope that research will help us to beat this disease.
Rachel Harris, discusses her volunteering experience with the NHS.
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