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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Spotlight on Science event - Study drugs: trick or treat?

Thursday 18 October 2018 6pm-7.30pm

 


Research trial aims to reduce major cause of birth disabilities

Researchers are beginning recruitment in a trial to see if changing pregnant women’s hygiene habits could reduce the risks of a major cause of childhood disabilities.

Cytomegalovirus, or CMV, is the most common congenital infection in the UK, affecting around 1000 babies every year. If babies are infected while in the womb it can result in serious health problems, such as cerebral palsy, developmental delay and hearing loss.


Help celebrate 70 years of the NHS with St George's

With the 70th birthday of the NHS fast approaching, we want to hear your stories of this great institution.

Having shaped healthcare in Britain for nearly 7 decades, the NHS is one of our most recognisable, loved and celebrated national institutions, and one that has influenced the lives of everyone at St George's.

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