Keeping young hearts beating

St George’s, University of London cardiac research is featured as part of a nation-wide campaign that promotes the benefits of universities to UK society. The Made At Uni campaign, run by Universities UK (UUK), the organisation that represents UK universities, launched on 6 December and was developed in response to research into public perceptions of universities.

The aim of the ‘Made At Uni’ campaign is to shift perceptions of British universities by demonstrating their everyday impact on people’s lives.

Prof Sanjay Sharma at Ernest Bevin Sports College

Global review finds consumption of children’s antibiotics varies widely from country to country

Researchers carrying out the first global review of the sales of antibiotics for children found that consumption varies widely from country to country with little correlation between countries’ wealth and the types of antibiotics.

Researchers looked at the sales of antibiotics formulated for children in 70 high- and middle-income countries.


Free training programme will share expertise on leading cause of HIV-related deaths in Africa

To mark World Aids Day, global health researchers from St George’s are releasing training information to the wider health community about how to effectively and safely treat people suffering from one of the biggest causes of HIV-related mortality.

Meningo-encephalitis, together with tuberculosis, is one of the leading causes of HIV- related deaths. According to the most recent UNAIDS data there were close to 1 million AIDS-related deaths in 2017.


St George's students inspire local pupils in new "Science Stars" scheme

One of the strengths of St George's is its links with the local Tooting community: we have a strong track record in inspiring young people to consider science careers through our healthcare and medical school roadshows and work experience programmes.

Now a new scheme, "Science Stars", aims to foster a love of science while boosting local pupils' GCSE grades.


First undergraduate scholarships offered for new course

For the first time St George’s, University of London is offering scholarships to help fund undergraduate study.

The new scholarships will be offered to help part-fund those studying Clinical Pharmacology BSc. Launching in September, the course is the first of its kind at undergraduate level in the UK.

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