Dr Julia Low BMBS, MIPH, FRCPA, is a graduate of Flinders University and trained as an anatomical pathologist based primarily at Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney. She has undertaken subspecialty rotations in Forensics, at the Department of Forensic Medicine, as well as six months training at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead, Sydney. She obtained her Fellowship of the Royal Collage of Pathology of Australasia in 2017. After a year as a staff specialist at Prince of Wales Hospital (Subspecialising in Paediatrics), and then at Liverpool hospital (Renal and Gynaeoncology leads), she joined SydPath in 2019. She is interested in all areas of anatomical pathology, with a particular interest in renal and neuropathology, as well as head and neck, breast, genitourinary and gastrointestinal pathology.
She has been involved in the publication of peer-reviewed journal articles, and teaching of anatomical pathology registrars and medical students, where she is a conjoint lecturer at the University of New South Wales since 2018. She is also a visiting scientist at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research where she is involved with the Hormones and Cancer Group. Prior to medicine, her graduate degree was in Information Technology (distinction), where she also has interests within the evolving field of artificial intelligence and pathology.