St George’s student wins first prize in prestigious national neuroanatomy competition

A St George’s medical student, Neha Kallam, has won first place in the 2017 National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition.

13 April 2017


Professor Harold Lambert's legacy at St George's

It is with sadness that we learned of the death of Professor Harold Lambert who was a senior academic at St George's and instrumental in establishing Infection as an academic speciality at the university.

12 April 2017


Could ‘love hormone’ help drug addicts stay clean?

Experts say oxytocin, a key hormone made naturally by the brain, could hold the key to treating drug addicts and help them avoid relapse.

12 April 2017


St George's jumps in the rankings in Student Experience survey

St George's has made substantial gains in the Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey results for this year, coming in at joint 36th place.

30 March 2017


MRC awards £2 milllion to St George's lymphoedema research

Researchers at St George's have been awarded a major MRC programme grant, worth £2 million over five years, to investigate different causes of swelling of the extremities due to an underlying weakness in the lymphatic system, primary lymphoedema.

Led by Dr Pia Ostergaard, together with Professor Steve Jeffery and Professor Peter Mortimer from Molecular and Clinical Sciences Genetics, the group is a large collaboration between St George's and the Trust, including Professor Franklyn Howe (MCS Neuroscience), Derek Macallan (Institute of Infection and Immunity), and clinicians Dr Sahar Mansour and Dr Kristiana Gordon from the Trust's national Primary and Paediatric Lymphoedema clinic.