Taster lecture: Respiratory function and Covid-19

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Respiratory system dysfunction is the most common cause of serious illness associated with the Covid-19 virus. In this taster lecture Dr James Buckley, Senior Lecturer in Physiology at St George’s, will discuss how a healthy respiratory system functions and how this process can be adversely impacted by Covid-19. This taster lecture is an example of what you could expect on our Biomedical Science BSc course.
Wed 1 December 2021 - 16:00 to 17:00

Are you interested in science, especially as it relates to human health? Are you thinking of studying a science subject at university in 2022?

St George’s, University of London is hosting an upcoming series of webinars that will give you a taste of what it’s like to attend a university science lecture.

Located in southwest London, St George’s is the UK’s specialist health university and has been improving human health for over 250 years. It is the only UK university that shares its campus with a teaching hospital, which means students are immersed in a professional environment from day one. The university also has an outstanding record of research and innovation; alumni include Edward Jenner, pioneer of the smallpox vaccine.


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