Researchers find new genes link to arthritis in bone marrow lesions

Experts have found a new group of genes in tissue around the bone marrow from patients with arthritis.

17 July 2017

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Alzheimer’s patients to get made to measure treatment plan within 10 years say experts

Medical specialists aim to be able to give Alzheimer’s patients their own personal treatment and care plans and so better quality of life thanks to a new project.

6 July 2017

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Cryptococcal meningitis should be classified as a ‘neglected tropical disease’, researchers say

Crytococcal meningitis is a deadly invasive fungal infection which affects hundreds of thousands of HIV patients in the late stage of their disease every year.

29 June 2017

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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

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The Teaching Excellence Framework and what it means for St George’s

The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) has published the results of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), the government’s new system for rating university teaching according to Gold, Silver or Bronze status. St George’s has received a Bronze award.

22 June 2017

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