St George University of London Jenner Wing

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St George University of London Jenner Wing

St George University of London Jenner Wing

St George’s University, The Jenner Wing

St George’s is a leading dual faculty institution offering medicine, biomedical sciences and health and social care sciences and is a member of the federation of world-renowned Colleges that make up the University of London. As part of the University’s continued development, they have entered into a joint venture with INTO to deliver Foundation and Higher Education teaching accommodation and as a consequence required the provision of additional teaching accommodation to be provided at their main campus in Tooting.

The overall project comprised the refurbishment of 2,700 sqm of accommodation in Jenner Wing at lower ground and ground floor level to provide new teaching accommodation for a joint venture with INTO.

The works comprised the strip out of the existing research and office accommodation within the joint ventures demised area, reconfiguration of internal general arrangement, adaptation of the existing building services and complete renewal of finishes.

The project was delivered in two key phases, resulting in a visually striking and contemporary facility.

 

Welcome!

This is the website of The St George’s Vaccine Institute, an independent, non-commercial, academic institution part of St. George’s University of London which focuses on the epidemiology of vaccine-preventable diseases, human clinical trials of paediatric vaccines and vaccines against infectious diseases plaguing the most underprivileged members of the world community.

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The first phase opened in 1996 as a combined clinical, scientific and educational facility, with the final official opening in 1998 by HRH The Princess Royal.
The links above provide further information about the resources, staff, research and educational activities, and ongoing studies
Please contact Dr Tatiana Munera (tmunerah@sgul.ac.uk) for further information

How to find us

Finding St. George’s Vaccine Institute

St. George’s, University of London is part of the St. George’s Healthcare NHS Trust (Hospital) site in Tooting, South London.

The Vaccine Institute is located on the ground floor of Jenner Wing, Corridor 4, accessed by main corridor known as ‘The Street’.

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Coming to St. George’s by London Underground

The nearest tube station is Tooting Broadway, which is on the Northern Line in Zone 3. St George’s is about 5 minutes walk from the station.

Tooting Broadway station is about 22 minutes from London Bridge Station (on the Bank branch of the Northern Line) and 25 minutes to Waterloo Station (on the Charing Cross branch of the Northern Line). Tooting Broadway Station is not wheelchair accessible.

st george’s from the station
Turn left out of the tube station into Tooting High Street. Cross the road and walk down Hoyle Road. At the end, turn left into Effort Street where you will see the main St George’s Hospital entrance (Grosvenor Wing). Continue through the foyer, past Marks & Spencer’s and the information desk on your right (where you may wish to stop to ask further directions) until you reach a crossroads, where you should continue straight on through the corridor marked ‘Medical School’. You will reach the main University foyer at the end of this corridor where there is a further information desk. Please take the corridor on the left into the Jenner Wing. This corridor is known as ‘The Street’. To access the Vaccine Institute you will need to walk through the CRF. The CRF is located at Corridor 4 on the right hand side. Please use the phone on the corridor to call ‘6457’ to get access through the door.

Coming to St. George’s by London Buses

Several buses stop directly outside St George’s Hospital and University (G1, 493), and even more stop at Tooting Broadway or view the Transport for London website for more information.
Blackshaw Road: 155, 264, 280
Tooting High Street:57, 131, 219, N155
Garratt Lane:44, 77, 270, N44

Coming to St George’s by car

The closest major roads are the A3 from the West, the M23/A23 from the South and the A2 from the East.

Congestion charge
St George’s is not in the Congestion Charging Zone.

Drop off and Car Parking
There are drop off and collection points outside the Hospital Main Entrance (Grosvenor Wing) and the University Entrance (Hunter Wing). There are two car parks with entrances on
Blackshaw Road. The charges are paid on exit and are currently (at time of printing):

  •  £2 for the first hour with half-hourly rates after that
  • £12 over 4 hours
  • £20 over 6 hours (daily rate)

Blue badge holders may park free in:

  • any of the reserved disabled spaces available near the entrances of the hospital wings
  • any white-painted bay on the hospital perimeter road
  • in the car parks. The badge holder must take the car park ticket and blue badge to the security desk in Grosvenor Wing or the reception desk in Atkinson Morley Wing before
    they leave the hospital. The staff will tell the badge holder how to exit the car park without
    paying.

Wandsworth Borough Council operates a vistor’s Pay and Display charging system in some of the streets around the hospital and university. Payments are made either for a paper ticket, or via your mobile phone when you have registered for the ‘Park Mobile’ or RingGo’ service.
Please see www.wandsworth.gov.uk for further details.

 

 

 

Contact Us

The Vaccine Institute
St George’s University of London
Jenner Wing, Level 0, Room 0.160, Mail Point J0B
Cranmer Terrace
London
SW17 0RE
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 20 8725 3887
Fax: +44 20 8735 0170
Email: vaccinesforchildren@sgul.ac.uk

vaccine@sgul.ac.uk