Publications

St. George’s University regularly creates publications, both print and online, that highlight the latest news on campus, in the region, and around the world, while also giving the readership an inside look at student life, the paths our alumni have taken, and the international faculty and administration.

You can use the filters to locate an edition from our publication archive. Enjoy!


IN THIS ISSUE: Fourth-Most Practicing Physicians in the United States, Graduate Presides Over Family Medicine in New Jersey, 2016-17 NAVLE Success, and More

IN THIS ISSUE: Dr. Andrew Sussman Appointed SGU’s New CEO, Olson Named New Veterinary Dean, New York City Council Honors CityDoctors Scholarship Program, SGU Grad Brings Hyperbaric Medicine to Grenada, and More.

IN THIS ISSUE: 2017 Commencement in New York City and Grenada, Graduate’s Art Appears in MoMA, AAMP Volunteer Profiles, Dr. Andrew Sussman Named Chief Executive Officer

IN THIS ISSUE: St. George’s University Celebrates 40th Anniversary, 850 Grads Match…and Counting, Professor to Direct Veterinary Medicine in Latin America

IN THIS ISSUE: More Than 860 Grads Match to PGY1 Residencies; One Health One Medicine MOOC Marches On; SGU Grad Honored by British Monarchy

IN THIS ISSUE: St. George’s University Celebrates 40th Anniversary; Alumni Association to Host CME in March; SGU Website Receives Makeover

IN THIS ISSUE: SGU Holds Second Commencement in Botswana

IN THIS ISSUE: SGU holds second commencement ceremony in Botswana

IN THIS ISSUE: AAHA Accredits SGU Small Animal Clinic, Childers Appointed New Provost, Two Major Research Grants, Public Health Department Recognized by WHO, Biostatistician Joins Faculty, Royal Palace Recognizes Professor, IFMSA Exchange Program, More Than $2 Million in Scholarships, A Pathway from the Netherlands, SGU Turns 40, Grad Shoots for MSc in London, Alumna Gives Back to Community, White Coat Ceremonies, Graduate Profiles, and more…

IN THIS ISSUE: SGU gets set to celebrate 40th anniversary.

IN THIS ISSUE: 2016 Commencement—Grenada Celebration, The Newest Vet Class, GHHS Induction, 2016 Commencement in Photos—Global Nursing Initiative, Graduate Profile: Vinay Hosmane, Graduate Profile: Jody Daniel

IN THIS ISSUE: Class of 2016 Joins SGU Alumni Community

IN THIS ISSUE: University Mourns Co-Founder Louis J. Modica

IN THIS ISSUE: Students and Graduates Flourish on Match Day, University Mourns Louis J. Modica, University Community Mourns Denis Paul, Scholarship Recipients, A Path to Canada, Match Profiles, 2016 Grad Overcomes Odds, SGU Flourishes on USMLE 1, Third-Year Student Drives Surgery Legislation in DC

IN THIS ISSUE: More than 850 students and grads match in March

IN THIS ISSUE: Nearly $2 Million in CityDoctors SGUSOM Scholarships Awarded to 17 NYC Students, SGU and University of Delaware Launch Academic Partnership, An Important Research Grant, Grenada Honors Chancellor, Dr. Olds’ Q&A, Part II, Laboratory Renamed for SVM Pioneer, Principals Forum Introduces New Ideas, SGU Donates to Saint Barnabas Simulation Lab, Flynn Appointed New Faculty Development Director, Beyond Spice Family Weekend, White Coat Ceremonies, Graduate Profiles, and more…

IN THIS ISSUE: Heightening Health Care in Grenada

IN THIS ISSUE: SGU Community Prospers on NBPHE Exam, Dean and Author Raises London’s Tower Bridge, Partnerships Around the World, SGU Hosts Successful MOOC, Alumnus Receives Prestigious Award and more…

IN THIS ISSUE: Princess Royal meets Jubilee scholars

IN THIS ISSUE: A New Clinical Affiliation in Nevada

IN THIS ISSUE: White Coat Ceremony • First St George’s University Commonwealth Scholarships announced • From South Africa to Grenada • St George’s achieves record intake • St. George’s University Selected by United Nations to Establish Regional Collaborating Center on Climate Change

IN THIS ISSUE: Dr. G. Richard Olds named President and CEO.

IN THIS ISSUE: Commencement Season Brings Joy and Celebration

IN THIS ISSUE: The Newest Class of Physicians, SGU School of Veterinary Medicine Graduates Class of 2015, Loukas Named President of American Association of Clinical Anatomists, Alumnus Leads Ebola Research in Sierra Leone, Students Catch Glimpse of Future at Summer Academy, 2015 Commencement Coverage, True Blue Hosts 60th Annual CARPHA Conference, The Next Generation of Conservation Leaders, and more…

IN THIS ISSUE: SVM Hosts Fish Anesthesia Continuing Ed Course

IN THIS ISSUE: Grads Preside over Largest-Ever Grand Rounds at SGU

IN THIS ISSUE: SGU Alum wins Arthur B. Cecil Jr., MD, Award

IN THIS ISSUE: Investing in expansion and enhanced services for students • Sport for health on track • Four awarded SGU’s Commonwealth Jubilee Scholarship

IN THIS ISSUE: SGU Establishes Peace Through Medicine Scholarship Program, Ogilvie Appointed Dean of School of Veterinary Medicine, Lisa Allen-Agostini to Complete Novel and Poems During Spring Stay in Grenada, Students Efforts Result in Passing of Landmark HOPE Act, SGU’s Research Institution Joins International Team of Medical Virologists Targeting Global Threats, St. George’s University Hosts Virology Workshop for Journalists, St. George’s University Builds Teaching Excellence, Keynote Address in Thailand Public Health in Rural Communities, Faculy Members Present at Prestigious Anatomy Conference in India, SGU Professor at Forefront of Greenhouse Gas Reduction Efforts, SGU Clinical Student Takes First Place in American College of Physicians Competition, MOOC Focuses on Changing World of Global Medicine, Future Veterinarians Don the Emblematic White Coat to Mark Their Entry into the School of Veterinary Medicine, Commitment to Professionalism: St. George’s University School of Medicine’s Grenada Spring 2014 Entering Class Takes Oath, St. George’s University School of Medicine Welcomes Latest Class of Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars

IN THIS ISSUE: The First Step—Alumni Mentor Scholarships open door for Med/Vet students to attain a St. George’s University.

IN THIS ISSUE: The Patients’ Choice, SGU Doctors: Increased Mobility Is Primary Cause of Global Disease, Get Your CME Credits in a Tropical Paradise, SGU is on the Move!, SGU Surpasses 13,000 Graduates

IN THIS ISSUE: SGU Soars Once Again on Match Day, University Launches Alumni Mentor Scholarship Program, HIV Research Pioneer Delivers KBT/WINDREF Lecture, St. George’s University Excels on USMLE Step 1

IN THIS ISSUE: SGU Unveils Commonwealth Jubilee Scholarship Program, SGU Commemorates Its First Two Vice Chancellors

IN THIS ISSUE: First Botswana commencement ceremony • Commonwealth Secretary-General to launch Commonwealth Jubilee Scholarships • Veterinary exchange programme • New Associate Chair of Medicine UK • SGU veterinarian swims the English Channel • Dalai Lama Fellow promotes public health in Uganda

IN THIS ISSUE: The St. George’s University education allows students to benefit from an international curriculum that not only helps students become doctors, but inspires them to be examples of all great things medicine can do to enrich the world. One Health, One World, One Medicine continues to pervade the University’s global curriculum.

IN THIS ISSUE: Healthier Grenada campaign launched • One hundred percent pass rate for St. George’s graduates entering RCV • Staff profile: Sallyanne George

IN THIS ISSUE: Every year St. George’s alumni generate an enormous impact on current and prospective St. George’s University students, donating their time and passing on their acquired knowledge of the medical profession. The year 2011 has been no different, and the early results are positive.

IN THIS ISSUE: Sport for Health inspired by London Olympic dinner, RCVS welcomes eight new members from St. George’s University, School of Medicine Holds 43rd Commencement Ceremony

IN THIS ISSUE: Celebrating 30 years, High RCVS pass rate, Students on clinical safari, AMREF Scholarship recipient devoted to Africa’s health development

IN THIS ISSUE: The University has been quite busy completing building projects necessary to ensure the high quality education that our growing body of students will receive. Three major buildings were completed in 2008: Taylor Hall (with its study and academic/multi-use space), Charter Hall (with 725-seat lecture hall), and Morris Alpert Hall (with academic space and 322 beds for medical training).

IN THIS ISSUE: The students enrolled in medical school in Grenada – and St. George’s University School of Medicine is the only one – have put the island nation in first place for the highest first-time pass rate on Step One and Step Two/CK for all countries with medical schools in the Caribbean over the past 15 years, according to a study just released in the journal Academic Medicine, published by the Association of American Medical Schools.

IN THIS ISSUE: Confronting Neglected Tropical Diseases.

IN THIS ISSUE: The Alumni Admission Mentor Program (AAMP) continues to expand significantly and the members’ involvement has played an integral role in increasing the quantity and quality of the applicant pool. Graduates have become a vital part of the recruitment schedule – involved in 38 Information Sessions and 46 other events in 2007.

IN THIS ISSUE: Keith B. Taylor Global Scholars Gather Momentum, Commonwealth Scholarships Awarded, New York in June, Six out of twelve, Keith B Taylor, DM, FRCP Vice Chancellor Emeritus April 16, 1920 – December 31, 2006, Foundation Launched, Special Scholarship Awards

IN THIS ISSUE: SGU and Northumbria University (NU) unite for another innovative academic partnership designed to further enhance SGU’s commitment to international medical education and health delivery.

IN THIS ISSUE: Scholarships Timed With 30th Anniversary Celebrations, Grenada’s Prime Minister Visits Campus, Graduation Celebrations, Student Profile: Bharan Kumar, UK Veterinary Graduates

IN THIS ISSUE: New scholarship programme for St George’s.

IN THIS ISSUE: Changes provide opportunities says UK Dean Rodney Croft.

IN THIS ISSUE: Memorial scholarships launched.

IN THIS ISSUE: Fast track to a career in medicine and veterinary medicine.

IN THIS ISSUE: 25 years of excellence.

IN THIS ISSUE: St. George’s University celebrates 25 years of achievement.

IN THIS ISSUE: Friends launched in London