Medical and Veterinary Microbiology are the study of the agents responsible for causing human or animal infections: bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. This includes the study of underlying mechanisms...Read more
The Department of Biostatistics is one of the largest departments of Biostatistics in the UK, undertaking high-impact research in statistical genetics, pharmacogenetics, joint modelling of longitudinal...Read more
A broad range of research interests provides for world-class research in cancer biology, supported by world-class clinical research into several major types of cancer.
Fundamental cancer research...Read more
Cellular and Molecular Physiology focuses on understanding how molecular and cellular processes give rise to complex physiologic functions. We have expertise in all aspects of modern physiology, ranging...Read more
The research interests is mainly clinical, upper limb surgery, peripheral nerve surgery, and surgery for musculoskeletal tumour.
There is considerable overlap between the basic science and...Read more
The goal of the Department of Musculoskeletal Biology is to understand the processes that underlie ageing and disease in tissues such as skeletal muscle, bone, cartilage, tendon and ligament. ...Read more
Neurobiology & Neurodegeneration integrates expertise in cell biology, structural biology, signalling and the use of model organisms to investigate neuronal development, ageing, neurodegeneration and addiction. ...Read more
Virology is the study of the viral agents responsible for causing disease in humans or animals. This includes the study of underlying mechanisms of virulence, virus epidemiology and immune responses to viruses. ...Read more
Parasites continue to exert a massive burden of disease, especially in developing countries. Our research in medical parasitology spans the spectrum of basic and applied research, from parasite evolution...Read more
Cell biology encompasses research of the cell and its organelles structural and functional roles, physiology, signalling, cell stress, cell communications, and its applications to the diagnosis and therapy of disease. ...Read more
Regenerative Medicine is a multidisciplinary area of study covering stem cell biology, tissue engineering, bioengineering, chemical biology and gene therapy. This is a dynamic and growing area of research...Read more
The University of Liverpool has invested £20 million to support the acquisition of the Cancer Research Centre, and develop new academic posts supporting Oncology and Radiobiology to augment existing strengths...Read more
Immunology is the study of host resistance to infection. Without an immune system, humans and animals would be susceptible to overwhelming infection with bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. ...Read more