The fight against superbugs in sexual health

Thursday 7 June 2018 6pm-7.30pm

The misuse of antibiotics has led to a rise in infections that cannot be treated, notably in the field of sexual health. Media headlines about ‘super-gonorrhoea’ have led to fears that we may be heading for a post-antibiotic health crisis due to superbugs and their ability to resist treatment. Dr Tariq Sadiq from St George’s, University of London and fellow experts will explain how the development of personalised medicine technologies is helping researchers in the battle against antibiotic-resistant infections.


Open lab day: ground-breaking medical research

In a first for St George’s, University of London, the local public are invited to find out about the ground-breaking medical research happening on their doorstep.

Thursday 21 June 2pm to 4pm

Nidhi Sofat

Just what are the lymphatics and what happens when they go wrong?

Thursday 26 April 6pm-7.30pm

The lymphatics are an essential part of our circulatory systems, moving fluid and cells from our tissues back into the bloodstream.

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One-day workshop to focus on pulmonary embolism and pulmonary hypertension

Friday 4 May 2018

A one-day practical workshop in central London will offer expert guidance on the diagnosis and management of pulmonary embolism and pulmonary hypertension.

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Making an impact on infectious diseases - the challenges of global health

Thursday 1 February 6pm to 7:30pm

Dr Angela Loyse

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