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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.
Research day is an annual event held in December to showcase the world class research done at St George’s. It is an opportunity for staff and students to meet and share ongoing research work and ideas, to promote discussion and to strengthen collaboration across the university.
The event is comprised of a number of short oral presentations from St George’s staff, poster presentations, research awards, and the Thomas Young Prize Lecture.
Research Day 2022 will be held on Wednesday 7 December.
Information about the day, including how to register your place will be added to this page as soon as it is available.
St George’s will be holding an Image of the Year competition to help promote Research Day 2022. The winner will receive a £100 voucher and have their image used as the main image to promote this year's Research Day.
Below, you can browse pages to find out about Research Day from previous years, including details of the Thomas Young Lecture and prizewinners from 2021.
St George’s, University of London celebrated its flagship event showcasing the university’s scientific achievements, with the annual Research Day taking place last week.
17 December 2021
Research day is an annual event held in December to showcase the world class research done at St George’s.
02 December 2020
Find out more about our 2019 celebration of research at St George's.
Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed closed this year's Research Day with his talk, "Precision medicine: do we need it?"
13 December 2019
Meet the recipients of St George's research prizes
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