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Volunteers aged 18-30 are set to receive a third Covid-19 vaccine dose through the COV-Boost study, opening at St George's.
St George’s has been one of the major centres in the UK that tests Covid-19 vaccines for safety and effectiveness. So far, the vaccines have saved thousands of lives during the pandemic, but we understand that some people may still have concerns.
As such, in collaboration with our colleagues in St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, scientists and clinicians, who work with Covid-19 every day, want to share their knowledge, to give accurate and trusted information about the Covid-19 vaccines.
You can find out more in the video below and ask your own questions to our experts via our webform after the video.
Hear from our experts about the Covid-19 vaccines and how St George's has been involved.
Find out more about the experts involved in this campaign.
Professor Julian Ma is the Director of the Institute for Infection and Immunity at St George’s, University of London, and has expertise in how the human immune system protects the body against viruses.
Professor Paul Heath is a medical doctor and Director of the Vaccine Institute at St George’s, University of London. He has led multiple clinical trials testing the safety and effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccines and also has expertise in vaccines for children and pregnant women.
Professor Nidhi Sofat is a medical consultant and Professor of Rheumatology. She has led research studies into finding new treatments for patients hospitalised with Covid-19.
Dr Melanie Etti is a medical doctor and expert on vaccines and infectious disease prevention and control. Her work includes setting up a research study in Africa to understand Covid-19 infection in women and their babies.
Professor Tariq Sadiq is a medical consultant and researcher in the Institute for Infection and Immunity at St George’s, University of London. He is leading on developing new tests for Covid-19.
Dr Arjuna Singanayagam is a medical consultant and senior lecturer at St George’s, University of London. He has led on research into the impact of Covid-19 on people with liver disease.
Do you have a question about the Covid-19 vaccine(s)? You can send your question to our experts by completing the short form below and they'll respond to you with an answer via email.
For full details of how we use the information you submit to us please read our privacy notice (PDF).
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