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Department of Pathology


We are delighted to announce that five researchers in Pathology have successfully completed the Academic Career Pathways scheme and been selected for promotion. 

The University of Cambridge is committed to providing a supportive environment to enable individuals to take ownership of their development and build successful careers.

The University’s success depends on the diversity of its staff and students— we aim to be a leader in fostering equality and inclusion and nurturing a sense of belonging for all within our community.

The purpose of the Academic Career Pathways (ACP) scheme is to recognise and reward outstanding contributions and celebrate academic achievement through promotion and/or pay progression. 

Assessment is based on contributions to research, leadership, teaching and service to the University and to the academic community more broadly.

All applicants for promotion are expected to contribute to the creation of a positive working environment. Research integrity is also considered paramount in maintaining the University’s international standing and reputation; staff are therefore expected to maintain and uphold these principles at all times. 


Pathology's successful candidates include:

  • Professor Andrew Firth
  • Professor Suzanne Turner
  • Dr Stephen Graham
  • Dr Elizabeth Soilleux
  • Dr Liz Hook