Spotlight on Science talk on 30 May: A History of Medicine in 10 Objects

St George's, London's oldest medical school, houses a unique 250-year archive that defines medicine through the ages.

In this talk, archivist Virginia Dawe-Woodings will highlight ten objects that illustrate turning points in the history of medicine and surgery, including postmortem case books, surgical implements and a priceles copy of Gray's Anatomy.


Baroness Valerie Amos CH “Running to Stand Still”

Baroness Valerie Amos CH - “Running to Stand Still”

The St George’s Inspirations, Innovations and Ideas Event Series: Exploring perspectives, sharing experiences and valuing diversity at St Georges, University of London

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The brain: phantoms, illusions and impossible symptoms

Thursday 7 March 2019 at 6-7.30pm

Professor Mark Edwards


Inaugural lectures: Professors Nidhi Sofat and Elijah Behr

Wednesday 5 December 2018, 5.30pm: St George’s Professors Nidhi Sofat and Elijah Behr will deliver their inaugural lectures at a joint event in December.

In her inaugural lecture, Professor Nidhi Sofat will discuss why our immune systems can attack ourselves leading to long-term diseases such as arthritis. Professor Elijah Behr will explore how he became interested in preventing sudden death, most commonly caused by heart disease, and explain why his focus remains on the patient and their family.

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Experts aim to prevent deaths from heart problems in sport

Medical researchers will join forces with leaders of football and sports to discover ways to prevent deaths from undiagnosed sudden cardiac issues.

23 January 2017

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