Anatomical Pathology and Molecular Pathology
Dr Min Ru Qiu MBBS (Zhong-Shan, China), PhD (Med) (UNSW), FRCPA was originally trained overseas and worked as a medical researcher in Australia. In 2005, after obtaining her PhD degree in Medicine from the University of New South Wales, she started her top-up pathology training at Royal Darwin Hospital, and then trained at Nepean Hospital, Westmead Hospital and St. Vincent’s Hospital. She was granted Fellowship of the RCPA in 2007. After completing a one year Clinical Fellowship sponsored by NSW Cancer Institute (undertaken at the Garvan Institute) she was formally appointed as a Staff Specialist at St. Vincent’s Hospital in 2009. She is involved in collaborative projects with campus research groups including the Garvan Institute, St. Vincent’s Centre for Applied Medical Research and Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute. She is also regularly involved in UNSW undergraduate medical teaching, registrar teaching and technical staff education.
She has sub-specialty expertise in haematopathology, pulmonary pathology and liver pathology, and has particular interest in molecular tissue pathology.
Phone: 02 8382 9215
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