Early Career Researchers: Dr Kim Jonas

Dr Kim Jonas, Lecturer in Reproductive Physiology, talks about her 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.

12 June 2018

Dr Kim Jonas

Most sudden infant death cases are not caused by genetic heart mutations, say experts

Investigators looked at hundreds of cases of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) - unexplained deaths of an infant less than one year old in the UK and United States and found that mutations that cause heart disease, account for less than five percent of the deaths.

13 March 2018

Sleeping baby

Book series helps those with learning and communications difficulties

To mark World Book Day, Baroness Professor Sheila Hollins explains how helping her son understand his world through pictures led to a 57-strong book series designed to help people with learning and communication difficulties.

1 March 2018

Baroness Sheila Hollins

Student Volunteering Week 2018: stories from our students

Student Volunteering Week celebrates the voluntary work students do around the UK and many students at St George’s volunteer in their spare time. Running from Monday 19 February to Sunday 25 February, here, two students share their stories.

19 February 2018

Inayat student volunteering Cropped