Dr Edwina Duhig
BMedSc MBBS FRCPA Cert Dermatoscopy
(07) 5507 9777
Dr Edwina Duhig is one of Australia's leading pulmonary histopathologists with extensive experience in nonneoplastic and neoplastic pulmonary diseases and diseases of pleura. She is the author of four sections (primary germ cell tumours, primary meningioma, primary thymoma and primary melanoma) on ectopic tumours of the lung in the forthcoming WHO classification of lung tumours. She is widely published on pulmonary and cardiac diseases.
She has recently been a member of the expert pathology panel for lung adenocarcinomas as part of The Cancer Genome Atlas Network and was a co-author of the paper by this group that details comprehensive molecular profiling of adenocarcinoma.
Dr Duhig graduated from The University of Queensland in 1989 followed by a residency at The Royal Brisbane Hospital. She undertook her pathology training at the Greenslopes Repatriation Hospital and The RBH, with rotations to Prince Charles Hospital and the Institute of Forensic Pathology. Following the completion of her RCPA fellowship, she became a staff specialist at the Prince Charles Hospital and in 2007 became director of the department of anatomical pathology. In 2011 she became acting director of the Prince Charles Laboratory Group for Pathology Queensland and fulfilled this role until her departure to take up a role with Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology, Tugun Laboratory. She is actively involved in maintaining professional standards.