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St George's was recently awarded £67,847.50 to fund student mobility to over 13 countries across the world during the academic year 2021/22 under the Turing Scheme.
22 September 2021
Join us for these virtual talks on primary lymphatic anomalies and antifungal resistance
23 September 2021
St George’s, University of London has been shortlisted for the 2021 Women of the Future Awards in the Corporate category.
Join us on 24 September 2021 at the Royal Society of Medicine for the 10th Annual London Ventricular Tachyarrhythmia Symposium.
24 September 2021
Alumni support has allowed us to contribute £800 towards Freshers’ Handbooks, providing valuable information to new students about student life at St George’s.
A new clinical trial begins at St George’s to determine whether a third dose of a Covid-19 vaccine will improve the immune response for immunosuppressed patients.
21 September 2021
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