#WeAreInternational

St George's is taking part in a campaign to show solidarity with international students wishing to study in the UK.

Major new study examines the health legacy of the London Olympic Village

The first stage of the ENABLE London project, which is studying the effect of the living environment on people’s activity levels and bodies, has been outlined today in a paper published in BMJ Open.

St George's hosts art exhibition by prison inmates

Inside Science is a new free exhibition of artwork inspired by a series of discussions about science led by St George's researchers at HM Prison Wandsworth.

Worldwide study reveals new genes for heart function

The way the heart muscle functions appears to be much more complex than previously assumed.

Varma Lecture on 6 October 2016: Maternal Health in a Changing World

This year’s Varma Lecture will be given by France Donnay MD, FRCOG, FACOG, MPH and is titled “Maternal Health in a Changing World: from Urbanisation to User Centered Design”.