Richard Colling

Junior Research Fellow

Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Cellular Pathology

Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences

FRCPath (Royal College of Pathologists), MD (UCL),  MSc (Oxon), PGCert (QMUL), PGCert Med Ed (Dundee), BM BS (Exeter and Plymout), BSc (Plymouth)

Dr Richard Colling is a medical pathologist with a strong interest in evidence-based healthcare. Clinically, he specialises in the pathology of urological cancers and as a researcher he is part of the Innovate UK PathLAKE Oxford team and a member of the OUH Cellular Pathology Steering Group. His academic work focuses on bringing evidence-based and validated digital technologies, including artificial intelligence, into clinical use to assist pathologists in their everyday work. Richard also teaches pathology 2nd year medics at Pembroke and clinical students on the Laboratory Medicine course in NDCLS.

Richard began training in medicine in Exeter in 2003 and after graduation moved to Oxford as an Academic Clinical Fellow in Histopathology. After completing an MSc in Evidence-Based Healthcare at Kellogg College and an MD from UCL and was appointed as Clinical Lecturer in Histopathology in 2017. Richard became a Fellow of the Royal College of Pathologists in 2018 and started his current post in 2019.