Dr Rachael Chambers





Histopathology, dermatopathology, endocrine pathology, gastrointestinal pathology, neuropathology, cytopathology


07 3377 8571 
































Dr Rachael Chambers is a histopathologist based at Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology, Brisbane. A graduate of The University of Queensland, with a BSc (biomed) in 2000 and MBBS in 2004, she went on to train in anatomical pathology at The Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital and worked in various laboratories in Southeast Queensland. She gained Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia in 2012 and joined Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology in January 2013.

Dr Chambers' main areas of work are gastrointestinal pathology, endocrine pathology, neuropathology and dermatopathology. She performs frozen sections in both endocrine pathology and neuropathology. She undertakes (non-gynaecological) cytopathology investigations with a focus on thyroid, pancreatic and GIT specimens. She also provides consultation / second opinions in GIT, endocrine and neuropathology.

She is involved in IT development and has been involved in the testing of the reporting Graphic User Interface (GUI) and image-enhanced reporting software.

Dr Chambers is a member of the Gastroenterological Society of Queensland. She has published on a number of topics relating to her fields of interest and along with other SNP colleagues, is involved in a thyroid research study in collaboration with QIMR.

As a registrar, she spent six months working in teaching and research at UQCCR under Professor Sunil Lakhani. There, she had teaching responsibilities for medical students and was actively involved in curriculum, teaching and assessment for the pathology aspect of the graduate medical course. She also taught medical students throughout her registrar training.

Dr Chambers is passionate about providing the highest standards of service to referrers and patients and believes a full-service multidisciplinary practice that allows for a co-ordinated team approach can best deliver it.

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