A spokeswoman from the University of Liverpool stated, The development will support research in three key areas in which Liverpool already has an international standing – infectious diseases, cancer, and digestive diseases.
“The facility will provide an inter-disciplinary research environment to enable scientists to contribute more effectively to the major health challenges of the 21st century.”
The research teams which will mobve into the new laboraotry currently work in the Duncan Building and the University Clinical Development Department – both parts of the Royal Liverpool Hospital.
The first phase of the Unniversity of Liverpool development is planned to be finished by July 2011.
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