Staff alumna shares her history with St George's

To celebrate our annual research day, we spoke with Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell FRS, President & Vice-Chancellor, University of Manchester, who gave this year's Thomas Young Prize Lecture.

Dame Rothwell worked at St George's from 1979 to 1987 and received her Royal Society Research fellowship during that time. In her career, she has specialised in neuroscience she is know for her research on inflammation in brain disease and the role of Cytokines in brain injuries.

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St George’s ranked in top universities global guide

Times Higher Education has placed St George, University of London among the top universities in the world for teaching clinical, pre-clinical and health in its latest subject rankings.

8 November 2017

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Spooky discoveries in the archives of our historic medical school

A treasure trove of spooky artefacts has been discovered in the archives of St George’s, University of London - one of the oldest healthcare and medical schools in the UK.

30 October 2017

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Alumni Christmas Drinks and Revue

Come and join us for alumni Christmas drinks and a show in our newly refurbished Students Union bar.

We would like to invite you to join us on Thursday 7th December for a special Christmas Revue performance and drinks reception in our newly refurbished Students' Union bar. Join us at the university for an evening of catching up and reconnecting.

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St George’s strongest in world for research influence

St George’s, University of London, has been ranked the best in the world for the second year running for the quality of citations for research influence in the Times Higher World University Rankings 2018.

5 September 2017

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