Experts at St George’s join crucial Ebola vaccine test on humans

Scientists based at St George’s, University of London, have joined an international consortium to conduct a clinical trial to test an Ebola vaccine in Africa.

The first results are projected to be available just a few weeks after the first vaccination, enabling a decision to be made about whether the vaccine can be introduced into affected West African communities.


St George’s comes second in national job prospects survey

A national survey into the chances of finding graduate-level employment after leaving university has placed St George’s, University of London, second in the UK.

The figures from the Complete University Guide show the proportion of graduates who are in in professional posts or postgraduates study six months after leaving university.


St George’s rises into the Top 200 best universities in the world

October 2 2014For the first time St George’s, University of London, has been ranked as one of the top 200 universities in the world in a new authoritative survey by the Times Higher Education magazine.

In the World University Rankings 2014-2015, St George’s has been placed at 196th globally. Last year the University was placed in the 201- 225 bracket without an individual placing. It focuses on truly global institutions with both influence in leading research and outstanding teaching.


100 years on - The part ethics played for army doctors in World War One

Ethics expert Carwyn Hooper asks: should doctors act differently in wartime?

His article has been published on the current affairs website The Conversation which aims to bring expert academic opinions to a wider audience.The full article A century on, do civilian and military medical ethics differ? can be read here


St George’s comes third in UK for graduate starting salaries in poll

Graduate salaries from students at St George’s, University of London are third in the UK, according to data from a leading consumer magazine.

The information comes from Which? in a ranking of the UK universities whose students earn the most money on average six months after graduation - part of the annual Destination of Leavers of Higher Education (DLHE) survey.