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All of our Pathologists are medical specialists trained in Anatomical Pathology and are Fellows of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia.

Joe Triscott
MBBS (Hons), BMedSci (Dist), FRCPA

Joe graduated from the University of Queensland obtaining a BMedSci (Dist) in 1983 for his thesis on 'Mechanisms of regression of primary cutaneous melanoma' and subsequently obtained his MBBS (Hons) in 1985, and FRCPA in 1992. Joe furthered his training at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Washington University in St Louis in 1993/94 undertaking a Fellowship in Surgical Pathology and subsequently spent time with the renowned A. Bernard Ackerman at the Institute for Dermatopathology in Philadelphia. Since 1994 Joe has been in private practice in Dermatopathology initially at QML and then as a founding partner of IQ Pathology.
Joe is a current member and former Treasurer and Vice-President of the Australasian Dermatopathology Society, a current member and previously on the Executive of the International Society of Dermatopathology and member of the American Society of Dermatopathology.

Dominic Wood

A graduate from the University of Queensland in 1987, Dominic completed his Fellowship in 1994 already having a strong interest in skin pathology. He received additional training at A. Bernard Ackerman's institute for Dermatopathology in Philadelphia, and has practiced as a specialist Dermatopathologist since 1995. He spent 8 years with QML and, in 2002, was a founding partner of IQ Pathology.
Dominic is a member of the Australasian Dermatopathology Society, International Society of Dermatopathology, American Society of Dermatopathology and the International Academy of Pathology. He has spoken at numerous local, national and international meetings.

Sam Boros

Sam is a graduate of the University of Queensland, and obtained his Fellowship in 2009. He was a staff specialist at the PAH where he developed a strong interest in skin and eye pathology. He was part of the organising committee which brought the successful Asia Pacific International Academy of Pathology meeting to Brisbane in 2015.
Sam has research interests in skin and head and neck pathology, having collaborated with researchers from the Translational Research Institute Australia and the QIMR-Berghofer Medical Research Institute.

Duncan Lambie

A graduate of the University of Queensland, Dr Duncan Lambie completed his residency and the majority of his training at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH), Brisbane.
He was a staff specialist Anatomical Pathologist at the PAH and is an Adjunct Senior Fellow with the Diamantina Institute, University of Queensland. In addition, he has spent time at the Dermatopathology Department at the Graz University Hospital with Professor Lorenzo Cerroni, the Melanoma Institute of Australia and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital with Professors Stan McCarthy and Richard Scolyer, and the Skin and Cancer Foundation with Professor Steven Kossard.
Duncan has interests in skin pathology, in particular melanocytic pathology, and head and neck pathology. He has research interests in melanoma, non-invasive techniques in skin cancer diagnosis and molecular pathways in epidermal malignancy.