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A group of researchers including two professors at St George’s, University of London, have urged the international community to establish a reporting system for monkeypox.
This facility is a core resource, offering light microscopy, electron microscopy and histology.
This facility provides staff and facilities to enable university and Trust researchers to offer and run high-quality clinical trials.
This facility is responsible for ensuring research involving animals is carried out with the best possible welfare standards.
Read about St George's Human Tissue Act licences and how our human tissue activities are processed and recorded.
We have strong links with other institutions, reinforcing our research opportunities and offerings.
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