International Women's Day 2018: Leanne's Amazing Medics

For over a century International Women’s Day has commemorated the achievements of women across the globe. Falling on 8 March annually, the theme of International Women’s Day 2018 is to Press For Progress and push for social and economic parity between the genders. To celebrate the day, Queen’s Young Leader Award winner and current St George’s third year Medicine student Leanne Armitage tells us her story.

8 March 2018

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Professor Noel Gowing Pathology Workshops introduce students to our Pathology Museum

The 18th century hide of Blossom the Cow, a trip to the mortuary and a tour of our Pathology Museum were some of the highlights of our St George’s, University of London inaugural Professor Gowing workshop on Human Diseases, which introduced A-Level science students to the subject of pathology.

29 June 2017

Museum of Pathology

St George's Master of Ceremonies Lee bows out

Receptionist Lee Lockhart-Mure, a stalwart figure known to thousands of students and staff, is leaving the university this week after nine years' dedicated service.

12 June 2017

Lee Lockhart-Mure

St George's climbs in Guardian League Tables

St George's has climbed four places to a ranking of 24 for its medicine course in the Guardian's university league table.

23 May 2016