Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds

Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds

Pathology Seminar RoomWednesdays 13:00-14:00 / Level 2 University Seminar Room (L2/B/078)
All staff and students are welcome to attend.

Laboratory Medicine Building (LMB) in Queen Elizabeth University Hospital is the hub of many departments which provides laboratory-based diagnostic services, including Pathology, Haematology and Molecular Diagnostics, and accommodates NHS Research Scotland Greater Glasgow and Clyde Biorepository which makes human tissues available for research. Importantly, it also provides points of intersection between NHS Laboratory Medicine departments and University of Glasgow, Medical Genetics and Pathology in School of Medicine. 

Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds are seminar series that covers a variety of topics relevant to the activities and services in our building, from diagnostic practice to basic research, molecular pathology and technologies, as well as health and economic strategies and public interest in health and medicine. This year we have tried to involve all departments within the LMB and to reflect our variety of interests as wide as possible. We believe that the remits of the Grand Rounds should include better understanding of the services our departments provide and our interests in research and development.  We hope that the through the Grand Rounds, interactions between people from different department and organizations are facilitated. We also aim to generate flexible training opportunities for all staff, trainees and students, through the attendance and presentations in the Grand Rounds.


If you wish to present and/or suggest any speakers in future sessions, please contact Dr Tomoko Iwata (L2/B/107, Tomoko.Iwata@glasgow.ac.uk).

Please contact Dr Tomoko Iwata for the up-to-date programme.