Coronavirus: research appointments update
In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we are asking you not to attend any face to face research related appointments, unless you have been advised otherwise by your research team. Where appropriate our research teams will contact you to conduct research follow up by telephone.
Information for researchers
We have a long tradition of undertaking ground-breaking biomedical and public health research that is publicly-funded.
Why do research at Guy’s and St Thomas’?
We are one of the largest NHS trusts in England and our local community is one of the UK’s most diverse and multicultural populations.
We have excellent research facilities, and we are home to a Biomedical Research Centre and a Clinical Research Facility, which include cutting edge genomics, stem cell and flow cytometry capabilities, as well as dedicated space for patients to take part in studies.
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We frequently collaborate with healthcare and academic institutions from the UK and internationally, and have high quality partnerships with leading UK hospital trusts and academic institutions.
We have dedicated people to help you get your research up and running.
Research and development governance team
Our research facilities
We are home to a biomedical research centre and a clinical research facility, which include cutting-edge genomics, stem cell and flow cytometry capabilities, as well as dedicated space for patients to take part in studies.
Top Trust in England for NHS research
Guy’s and St Thomas’ carries out more research studies than any other NHS Trust in the country.
Our cancer biobank
Our cancer biobank at Guy’s Hospital contains around 40,000 samples from more than 17,000 patients. A team of 12 staff look after the biobank and make sure that the samples and data are of the highest possible quality.