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St George’s, University of London Medical Programme in Cyprus

A 4-year graduate-entry medical programme with a degree from St George’s, University of London Medical School. Offered at the largest private university in Cyprus. Clinicals at Leading Medical Centres in US, Israel and Europe

St George’s, University of London Medical Programme in Cyprus2017-05-08T10:11:11+00:00

Rheumatology Day 2014

Rheumatology day is part of the life structure part of the 1st (Clinical Sciences) Year of the course. Life structure is the part of the year where students learn about conditions of the musculoskeletal system and skin. That is, the specialties of rheumatology, orthopaedics and dermatology.

Rheumatology Day 20142016-02-08T19:55:04+00:00

Mobile Clinic Expedition to Limassol

Student volunteers from the Medical School and the University of Nicosia’s Department of Life and Health Sciences joined forces and took our Mobile Clinic to Limassol on November 23 to offer free diagnostic tests to members of the Cyprus association of families with 3 children. Under the supervision of clinical faculty as well as faculty [...]

Mobile Clinic Expedition to Limassol2016-02-08T19:54:32+00:00

Inaugurating Mobile Clinic

On Saturday 2nd of November 2014, a successful outreach event to the Troodos mountain communities of Kampos and Tsakistra marked the inauguration of our Mobile Clinic. A team of seven T-year student volunteers, under the guidance of clinical faculty, carried out blood pressure, glucose and spirometry tests for the elderly population of these villages. The [...]

Inaugurating Mobile Clinic2016-02-08T19:53:51+00:00

Hello world!

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Hello world!2016-02-01T18:15:51+00:00

Genomic Elements in Health, Disease and Evolution – “Junk DNA”

Faculty member Kyriacos Felekkis is the author of a new book titled 'Genomic Elements in Health, Disease and Evolution – “Junk DNA”' Over 98% of the human genome contains non-coding DNA sequences. For many years molecular biologists referred to this component of the genome as the “junk” DNA since it does not code for any [...]

Genomic Elements in Health, Disease and Evolution – “Junk DNA”2017-02-21T19:17:50+00:00