Elizabeth Soilleux: 

Chromogenic In-Situ Hybridisation

Liz Soilleux is a clinical and academic haematopathologist, as well as an autopsy pathologist, based in Oxford. She completed undergraduate and clinical training in Cambridge, including a PhD in molecular immunology. Towards the end of her postgraduate training, she moved to Oxford to take up the clinical lectureship in Cellular Pathology, prior to being appointed as a substantive consultant in 2006.

Her research interests are centred on immunology, particularly novel molecular approaches to T-cells with potential diagnostic and therapeutic applications. She also plays a major role in teaching the Oxford Laboratory Medicine course and Oxford FRCPath course, besides undertaking undergraduate and clinical tutorials at St Hugh's College, where she is a Fellow. She is the Education Subcommittee Chair of the Pathological Society, the pathologist on the UK Myeloproliferative Neoplasm Steering Group, a member of the UK Cardiac Pathology Network Steering Group and a member of the NICE Guidelines Committee for Malignant Haematology.