Dr Samira Saadoun from the Molecular & Clinical Sciences Research Institute has been awarded funding to investigate how changes in body temperature affect patients with severe spinal cord injuries
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We deliver a range of activities all year round to pre-16 and post-16 students, many of which are delivered by our student ambassadors.
We work closely with the Student Recruitment team who organise open days, tours and visits to various schools across London.
We also work in partnership with other organisations such as The Brilliant Cluband The Elephant Group.
We offer the following activities.
Interactive workshops on work experience, healthcare careers and multiple mini interviews.
School and college visits
St George’s Healthcare Shadowing Scheme
The ‘Taste of Medicine’ website is a free resource for students in Years 7–13, with interactive games and learning tools. It is split into four chapters, with videos and resources which take you from preparing an application to transitioning into the first year of university. The website is best viewed using a desktop. Please visit Taste of Medicine to find out more.
Learn more about our range of activities for pre-16 students.
Discover our range of post-16 activities, including school and college visits.
Our Healthcare Shadowing Scheme is our award-winning work experience project run in collaboration with St George's University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
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