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Clinical Assoc. Prof. Jenny Turner



Anatomical Pathology


Cytopathology, Histopathology, Uropathology

Special interests

Haematopathology, urological pathology and surgical neuropathology


Macquarie Park


Dr Jenny Turner graduated from the University of Sydney and was a resident at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, before training in anatomical pathology at the Royal Free Hospital, London, and St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney. She was a Staff Specialist at Sydney Hospital and then at St Vincent's Hospital, until joining Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology in November 2009. Dr Turner provides a consultation service in the diagnosis and classification of lymphoma. She was involved in developing the NHMRC-approved Clinical Practice Guidelines for diagnosis and management of lymphoma in Australia (2005), and the RCPA Structured Reporting Protocol for Tumours of Haematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissue (2009). She was on the Diagnostic Working Group for development of the National Strategic Action Plan for Blood Cancer, published in September 2020. Her main research interest has been in the epidemiology and classification of lymphoma, in collaboration with Australian and international epidemiologists. In urological pathology, she has collaborated with the Garvan Institute prostate cancer research group. She reports surgical neuropathology at Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology where she implemented the RCPA Structured Reporting Protocol for CNS tumours, which incorporates molecular testing. She is an Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at Macquarie University Faculty of Medicine, Health and Human Sciences.