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An international group of researchers believe there is enough evidence that anti-malarial drugs could be repurposed to treat COVID-19 and that they should be assessed for efficacy in clinical trials.
The latest Research Excellence Framework (REF), a national assessment of research at UK universities, 70% of our research submissions were ranked as internationally excellent or world leading.
In addition to subject specific training, a wide ranging core training programme is undertaken by our research students in order to support the acquisition of generic research skills and provide opportunities for peer-group support.
PhD candidates normally register for an MPhil in the first instance and must pass a formal examination normally nine - 12 months after registration before transferring onto a PhD programme. You will undertake a research project under the continued guidance of at least two supervisors, one of whom is based at St George's.
The minimum period of study for a PhD is two calendar years of full time study or the equivalent in part time study. A PhD thesis should consist of an account of your own investigations, form a distinct contribution to the knowledge of the subject and afford evidence of originality by the discovery of new facts and/or by the exercise of independent critical power. You should normally have, or expect to obtain, at least a second class honours degree or MSc in an appropriate discipline before applying.
Students may register for a MPhil or PhD at St George's or at Kingston University. Students wishing to pursue a MSc by research and dissertation should register with Kingston University.
Research at St George's is conducted within three research institutes (see table below) and the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, each of which has academic staff responsible for postgraduate research students.
Dr Atticus Hainsworth (MPhil/PhD Lead)Dr Ingrid Dumitriu (MD (Res) Students)Dr Bridget Bax (MPhil/PhD Students)
Dr Mark Bodman-Smith (all Infection & Immunity)Dr Pascal Drake(all Infection & Immunity)
Dr Steve Gillard (MPhil/PhD Students)
Professor David Oliveira (MD(Res) Lead)Dr David Lovell (includes all previous Biomedical Sciences (BMS) MPhil/PhD students)
Dr James Erskine (MPhil/PhD students)
Dr Dimitra Nikoletou
If you have any further questions, please contact the Senior Postgraduate Officer (Research Degrees) on +44 (0)20 8725 0191.
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