Liping Liu, MD, PhD

Liping Liu, MD, PhD
Cardiovascular pathologist
Assistant professor
Biography: 

Liping Liu. MD, PhD, joined the University of Florida Department of Pathology, Immunology and Laboratory Medicine in July 2016 after completing fellowship training in general surgical pathology and thoracic pathology at Mayo Clinic. Dr. Liu’s clinical interests include pulmonary and cardiac pathology, transplant pathology and gastrointestinal/liver pathology. Her main service and research focus is in non-neoplastic diseases of the lung and liver.

Dr. Liu received her medical degree from Beijing Medical University in Beijing, China, and then pursued her doctorate degree at the Peking University Health Science Center.

After graduation, Dr. Liu came to the United States and spent several years devoted to basic science research. She then continued her medical training in a residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in anatomic and clinical pathology.

Following her residency, Dr. Liu pursued a surgical pathology fellowship, followed by a thoracic pathology fellowship at Mayo Clinic. During her fellowship training, she worked with world-renowned pulmonary pathologists, including Thomas Colby, MD, Kevin Leslie, MD, and Henry Tazelaar, MD, at Mayo Clinic Arizona. She credits their generous teaching and sharing for greatly improving her diagnostic skills in characterizing various interstitial lung diseases.

Currently Involved In: 
  • Pulmonary and cardiac pathology
  • Transplant pathology
  • Gastrointestinal/Liver pathology
  • Researching non-neoplastic diseases of the lung and liver
Pathology Team