Research revealing ‘persistent bacteria’ could be key to future tuberculosis trials

Research carried out by St George’s, University of London into tuberculosis treatments has clearly shown the ‘persistent bacteria’ that make treating the disease so difficult for the first time, using a new combination therapy.

1 June 2018

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Open lab day: ground-breaking medical research

In a first for St George’s, University of London, the local public are invited to find out about the ground-breaking medical research happening on their doorstep.

Thursday 21 June 2pm to 4pm

Nidhi Sofat

Early Career Researchers: Dr Henry Staines

Dr Henry Staines, Lecturer, in the Institute of Infection and Immunity talks about his ambitions and research in Early Career Researchers - a series of interviews that lift the lid on the Early Career Researcher community at St George’s, University of London.

16 March 2018

Henry Staines