This week is Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Week. Dr Angeliki Asimaki, a scientist at St George's, was born with two congenital heart defects and shares her story and her research.
Join us for our annual Postgraduate Open Evening and find out more about studying at the UK's specialist health university.
See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
Find out how our leading researching is making an impact on the medical sciences.
Learn more about our leading research and teaching facilities.
Meet our groundbreaking researcher teams.
Find out about the national assessment of the impact and quality of research.
We believe that quality research starts with quality services. Find out how Core Facilities can support you.
Learn more about our leading image resource and clinical and biological research facilities.
Research projects should undergo appropriate ethical assessments. Find out more.
Research day is an annual event held in December to showcase the world class research done at St George’s.
Molecular and Clinical Sciences
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.
Infection and Immunity
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.
Medical and Biomedical Education
Our Institute of Medical and Biomedical Education is the focus of St George's undergraduate and postgraduate medical and biomedical programmes.
Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education
As one of the leading providers of health, social care and education courses and training in the United Kingdom, we’re proud to be playing a pivotal role in shaping the future workforce for London.
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For International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we spoke to Dr Soo-Hyun Kim, a researcher at St George's, investigating diseases that affect reproduction and fertility.
Results have shown that a vaccine against meningococcal group B disease has prevented hundreds of cases in children since its introduction
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