Athletes will get improved heart screenings thanks to new ECG guidelines

This week new international standards have been published which will help doctors responsible for the cardiovascular care of athletes.

22 February 2017


It's not too late to apply to study with us

If you haven’t already applied to study at St George’s, it’s not too late! We are still accepting applications for September 2017 entry on our Biomedical Sciences and Occupational Therapy courses.

17 February 2017

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Student organised conference tackles barriers to global health

The Challenging Borders Global Health Conference is a one-day conference for all staff, students and members of the public interested in global health issues.

Set up and run by students themselves, the event will focus on borders and other barriers to global healthcare. Borders can be physical, such as nation lines or geographical impediments, man-made, such as walls and prisons, and also more abstract, such as stigma towards mental health.


Genetic study identifies a new form of congenital muscular dystrophy

A new form of congenital muscular dystrophy has been discovered which is caused by mutations in a previously un-linked gene.

9 February 2017


‘Inspiring’ head of Royal College of GPs returns to St George's

St George's alumnus Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard, Chair of the Royal College of General Practioners, returned to the university to meet staff and students.

9 February 2017