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Liverpool - Royal Liverpool University Hospital
The Liverpool department of pathology has 15 consultants, all of whom hold sub-specialist interests. Specialities include gastrointestinal pathology, breast pathology, gynaecological pathology, hepatopancreato-biliary pathology, urological pathology, dermatopathology, cytopathology, soft tissue and bone pathology, head and neck pathology, ophthalmic pathology, lymphoreticular pathology, cardiothroracic and renal pathology. The Cancer Tissue Bank Research Centre is also an independently funded part of the Liverpool site.
The University of Liverpool was founded in 1881 as
University College Liverpool, part of the Victoria University of
Manchester. Following a Royal Charter and Act of Parliament, the
University of Liverpool was granted independent status in 1903.
Prior to the foundation of the University, Dr. Richard Formby
played a major role in founding the Liverpool Medical School in