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The results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2021 have revealed that St George’s, University of London has ranked joint 8th in the country for research impact out of 129 institutions.
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Professor Tom Harrison, Deputy Director of the Institute for Infection and Immunity at St George’s, University of London has been elected as a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences.
16 May 2022
12 May 2022
A new research paper, published today in Nature Communications, shows that Covid-19 vaccination during pregnancy using mRNA vaccines is associated with a 15% reduction in stillbirths.
10 May 2022
A new study has found that one in ten people from ethnic minority groups who refused a Covid-19 vaccine, experienced racial discrimination in a medical setting since the start of the pandemic.
06 May 2022
Part of the Education Ideas Hub lunchtime series.
19 October 2022
St George's Deputy Principal (Research & Enterprise), Professor Jon Friedland, has been appointed as a Non-Executive Member of the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) for the next three years.
04 May 2022
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