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The latest results from a study have shown that an arthritis drug, baricitinib, reduced mortality in patients hospitalised with Covid-19
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Research day is an annual event held in December to showcase the world class research done at St George’s.
We aim to bring together clinical and laboratory researchers to develop new diagnostic and therapeutic solutions while learning more about the mechanisms of human disease.
By developing a better understanding of pathogen biology and human immune responses, we work to enhance diagnosis, prevention and treatment of infectious disease and conditions linked to immune system function.
The Population Health Research Institute measures the burden of disease in communities, explores causes of ill-health and informs policies for prevention and to improve the delivery of health care.
Our Institute of Medical and Biomedical Education is the focus of St George's undergraduate and postgraduate medical and biomedical programmes.
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12 April 2021
Pregnancy outcomes for mothers and babies have worsened during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a review led by St George’s Professor Asma Khalil.
01 April 2021
New evidence indicates that the commonly-prescribed inflammatory bowel disease drug infliximab blunts the immune system to Covid-19 infection, potentially increasing the risk of reinfection
30 March 2021
Researchers and clinicians at St George’s, University of London and St George’s Hospital are working together to prevent the spread of Covid-19 in hospitals.
25 March 2021
Speak with our Course Directors and learn more about Postgraduate Study at St George's.
05 May 2021
On World TB Day, we take a look at upcoming research led by St George's to understand if tuberculosis might increase the risk of other diseases.
24 March 2021
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