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The latest results from a study have shown that an arthritis drug, baricitinib, reduced mortality in patients hospitalised with Covid-19
Welcome to St George’s, University of London, the UK’s specialist health university. Here, we offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate science courses which will equip you with the knowledge and skills to prepare you for your career. We share our campus with one of the UK’s largest teaching hospitals, meaning that you’ll be immersed in a professional environment from day one.
This course prepares you to pursue a career in medicine or research, or specialise in areas such as forensic medicine, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, clinical trials coordination or biomedical product marketing.
The field of clinical pharmacology is the study of all aspects of drugs as they relate to humans. St George’s Clinical Pharmacology BSc is designed to provide you with a broad understanding of how drugs are developed, from discovery of molecules to treatment of patients.
At the postgraduate level, St George’s offers specialist pathways in Biomedical Science, including Antimicrobial Resistance, Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer, Infection and Immunity and Reproduction and Development.
You will learn how recent technological advances have transformed how genomic data is generated, analysed and presented, and its relevance to a range of clinical scenarios, as well as how to handle such big data.
Join the exciting, fast and interdisciplinary field of translational medicine and use cutting-edge research to develop new medicines, diagnostic tools or community practices. St George's offers two postgraduate pathways, MSc and MRes.
If you’re thinking of studying in 2021, attend one of our webinars to learn more about St George’s.
In this lecture Professor Emma Baker, co-director of St George’s Clinical Pharmacology BSc, will describe the exciting progress that has been made so far in developing vaccines and medicines against SARS-CoV-2
09 December 2020
In this lecture Professor Iain Greenwood, co-director of St George’s Clinical Pharmacology BSc, will take you on a journey from beaver tails and willow bark through to the latest technology to illustrate the critical role of clinical pharmacology in developing new medicines.
16 December 2020
In this taster lecture, we’ll explore the anatomy of the organ and how it supports circulation in the body.
06 January 2021
Find out more about the key dates in St George's history.
Our on-site museum houses a collection of over 2,000 pathological specimens. Learn more.
Our archives hold the institutional records of the organisation, illustrating the history of medicine and medical education.
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