The SMERT project ends in success

Funded by the European and Developing countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP), the two-year project brought together four institutions in Tanzania: National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) through its Mbeya Medical Research Centre and National Health Research and Ethics Committee (NatHREC), …

1st October 2019 | igh

Two boys on TWO bikes for sight.

Two students from St Andrews continue their epic journey from Cairo to Capetown equipped with new bikes and a stock of Arclight devices to train and distribute to students and healthcare workers along the way.

30th April 2019 | news

New appointment

We are delighted to announce a new professorial appointment in the medical school. Colin McCowan has been appointed Professor in Health Data Science from January 2018.

16th November 2018 | news

Longitude Prize

The Orbital Diagnostics team is in the running for the £8 million Longitude Prize for their SLIC device.

15th November 2018 | news

Restart a Heart Day

15 minute Lunctime Lifesaver sessions saw staff, students and members of the public trained in CPR on Restart a Heart Day.

30th October 2018 | news

Online Poetry Slam!

'Poems for doctors' is excited to invite students and staff at any of the Scottish Medical Schools to submit video readings of their poems to our first online competition.

29th October 2018 | news

Surgical Society National Undergraduate Conference

The Surgical Society hosted their annual National Undergraduate Conference on the 7th of April in the School of Medicine.

4th May 2018 | news

15th Mar 18 – Important Information: Second Round: March 18th 2018 UCAS Deadline

An announcement regarding the ScotGEM deadline being extended due to the proposed UCAS website maintenance.

15th March 2018 | news

Poems for Doctors

The Wall Street Journal has published an excellent piece about the Poems for Doctors project.

27th February 2018 | news

20th Feb 18 – Apply for a ScotGEM bursary

Any student who has been offered, formally accepted and has been registered a place on the Scottish Graduate Entry Medicine (ScotGEM) programme is eligible to apply for a Bursary payment.

23rd February 2018 | news