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This new series of articles will profile the stories behind major donations received by the University. This story focuses on work funded by James and Margaret Lancaster.
22 February 2021
Researchers in the Vaccine Institute at St George’s celebrate the success of vaccine trials they coordinated, as Novavax publishes positive data from the UK phase 3 study of its Covid-19 vaccine
29 January 2021
We caught up with Professor Paul Heath to find out more about the latest Covid-19 vaccine news and how vaccinations will eventually be rolled out.
27 November 2020
A recent study, primarily conducted by St George's students, evaluating quality of websites providing prevention and treatment information for COVID-19, has found that the majority are inadequate.
02 November 2020
Featuring Dr Dagan Jenkins. Part of the Cell Biology and Genetics External Seminar Series.
08 March 2021
A new study has found depression is more common among people with Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis in the years before they are diagnosed with these bowel conditions
28 October 2020
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