Dr Min Li Huang MBBS, BMedSci (Hons), PhD (Candidate), FRCPA, is a staff specialist in Anatomical Pathology and Molecular Pathology department at SydPath. She has a predominant interest in molecular pathology and continues to develop techniques in cutting edge molecular techniques. Dr Huang was the inaugural postgraduate molecular fellow at SVHS and she was awarded the RCPA Foundation Postgraduate Research Fellowship Award 2021, for her work in prognostication of non-small cell lung cancers via next generation sequencing. She is concurrently embarking on a PhD at the Garvan Institute which aims to integrate current data to identify new biomarkers and develop better treatment options for patients with advanced solid cancers.
Having completed her training at SVHS, she has also trained at Westmead & Nepean Hospitals, as well as Douglas Hanly Moir. She is also certified in adult autopsies through her time at NSW Forensic Department. Her sub-speciality interests include gastrointestinal, renal, lung, gynaecological, breast, head and neck, and liver pathology. She also regularly participates in the RCPA quality assurance programs and is in the process of obtaining her NPAAC module 1 certification in molecular pathology, while being one of the first candidates in Australia to achieve this.
Dr Huang has wide collaborative research partnerships, such as with the upper gastrointestinal group in the Barrett’s Oesophagus diagnostic study, as well as cross-campus ties with Charles Perkins Research Institute (USYD) in their genetic knockout studies. She also regularly teaches medical students (USYD, UNSW and UNDS) and provides ongoing support/ mentorship to all pathology registrars.