Spotlight on Science lecture on 25 April: Unlocking the secrets of your DNA

Would you want to know which illnesses could affect you? Join us for a free lecture and hear from a patient who chose to find out.

Scientists can now ‘read’ our genes and increasingly can foresee the illnesses that could affect us.


Student organised conference tackles barriers to global health

The Challenging Borders Global Health Conference is a one-day conference for all staff, students and members of the public interested in global health issues.

Set up and run by students themselves, the event will focus on borders and other barriers to global healthcare. Borders can be physical, such as nation lines or geographical impediments, man-made, such as walls and prisons, and also more abstract, such as stigma towards mental health.


Spotlight on Science lecture on 9 March: The Pain is in the Brain

Learn from research and patient perspectives what causes pain and how it can be managed.

Researchers will discuss the mechanisms and treatments of pain across different conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis and hypermobility syndrome, presenting the results of clinical and neuroimaging studies.


Spotlight on Science lecture on 18 January: The Law and Ethics of Assisted Suicide

Our first Spotlight on Science lecture of 2017 will be on the subject of the law and ethics of assisted suicide.

6 December 2016


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.

26 October2016