Research revealing ‘persistent bacteria’ could be key to future tuberculosis trials

Research carried out by St George’s, University of London into tuberculosis treatments has clearly shown the ‘persistent bacteria’ that make treating the disease so difficult for the first time, using a new combination therapy.

1 June 2018

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Opportunity for Everyone: Imogen Burwood on the struggles of getting into medical school and dealing with dyslexia

This month marks the launch of a new campaign by Universities UK, Opportunity for Everyone, created to promote the positive impact that going to university can have. Here’s Imogen Burwood’s story on being the only student to get into medical school from her sixth form, juggling family health issues and dealing with dyslexia.

30 May 2018

Imogen Burwood

Jon Friedland, infectious diseases expert, to lead research and enterprise

Leading tuberculosis and infectious diseases expert Professor Jon Friedland has been appointed as Deputy Principal (Research and Enterprise) at St George’s, University of London.

25 May 2018

Early Career Researchers: Dr Caroline Copeland

Dr Caroline Copeland, Lecturer in Neuropharmacology in the Institute of Medical and Biomedical Education, 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.

23 May 2018

Caroline Copeland

Studying during Ramadan

St George’s, University of London is proud of its diverse community and this month, many students and staff will be participating in Ramadan, the holy month for Muslims. Ramadan begins when the full moon is seen, this year around 16/17 May, signifying the beginning of a new lunar month.

21 May 2018