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Department of Pathology

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Our research seeks to understand the processes of disease. We contribute to joint research initiatives such as the Cambridge Cancer Centre, Cambridge Immunology, Cambridge...

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Teaching in the Pathology Department Teaching is carried out by ten Professors, some 40 lecturers and associate lecturers and several invited specialists. The Department's...

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We are a large and vibrant community of researchers with an excellent reputation in biological and biomedical research. Our postgraduates work alongside our renowned Research...

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Researchers at the Department of Pathology have access to outstanding facilities both within the Department and the University of Cambridge. Our services include state-of-the-art...

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About us

The Department of Pathology is a bridge between fundamental research and medicine. Pathology, or the study of the causes and effects of disease, is essential for advancing...

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Wellbeing at Pathology

Support is always available We are committed to the wellbeing of our staff and students and are here to help you through challenging times. Whether you are having problems with...

Upcoming Events

Virology Seminar

The interplay between cell cycle and immunity in the setting of viral infection
with Dr Petra Mlcochova, University of Surrey
Thursday 2 Feb at 12:00
Seminar Room, Level 7, CIMR

Parasitology Seminar

Dr Paul McVeigh, Queen's University Belfast
Wednesday 8 Feb at 16:00
Tennis Court Road Seminar Room

Cellular and Molecular Pathology Seminar

with Iva Tchasovnikarova, Gurdon Institute
Tuesday 14 Feb at 12:30
Tennis Court Road Seminar Room

Immunology in Pathology Seminar

New insights into human tissue mononuclear phagocytes and their role in viral transmission
with Professor Andrew Harman, University of Sydney
Wednesday 15 Feb at 12:30
Tennis Court Road Lecture Theatre

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