Andrew George MBE


Prof Andrew George is Vice Principal (Education and International) at Brunel University London. He joined Brunel from Imperial College London where he was Professor of Molecular Immunology and Director of the Graduate School and the School of Professional Development. His research focuses on understanding how to manipulate the immune system to treat disease, in particular in relation to transplantation. In addition, Andrew has a strong interest in the ethics and regulation of research, and is the Chair of the National Research Ethics Advisors' Panel and a Trustee of Action Medical Research. He lives with his family in St Margarets, and was appointed to the board in October 2011.