Dr Fiona Lehane

Fiona Lehane graduated in Medicine from The University of Queensland with Honours in 2004, having previously trained and worked for nine years as a physiotherapist. She completed her medical internship at The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in 2005 and went on to train in anatomical pathology at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.
After rotations at The Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital, The Mater Hospital, Nambour Hospital and the Queensland Health Forensic and Scientific Services, she gained her Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists Australasia in 2011.
Dr Lehane joined Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology in that year and spent six months at their Tugun laboratory before joining the dermatopathology team in Brisbane.
In 2018, Dr Lehane was successful in the ICDP-UEMS Board Certifying Examination for Special Qualification in Dermatopathology.
She is a member of the Australasian Dermatopathology Society and the Australasian Division of the International Academy of Pathology and regularly attends dermatopathology conferences both in Australia and internationally.
She has several publications, and is involved in research as well as teaching anatomical pathology and dermatology registrars. Fiona also participates in SNP skin education seminars for general practitioners.

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