Dr Esther Myint
Cytopathology, Dermatopathology, Histopathology, Uropathology
Lymphomas, urogenital, skin, brain, breast, gynaecological pathology, cytopathology and genitourinary pathology
Dr Esther Myint graduated, in 1979, from the Institute of Medicine 1, Rangoon, Burma, and received her qualifications in general pathology, in 1985, from the same institute. She won a scholarship from WHO to study for her MSc in immunology at the University of Birmingham, UK, awarded in 1992. Dr Myint was retrained in anatomical pathology at John Hunter Hospital, Newcastle, and the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, and received her FRCPA Fellowship in 2011. She has considerable undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience and is currently an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Western Sydney and a Senior Lecturer at The University of Notre Dame. Dr Myint is also Co-chief Examiner for the Anatomical Pathology division of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (RCPA) , and commits herself to the education programs of pathology by the RCPA, instigating courses for anatomical pathology registrars, including ‘Milestones in Pathology’ and ‘Yardsticks in Pathology’. Currently, she is a convenor for the new ‘Cutting Edge Pathology’ conference for reporting pathologists. Dr Myint is a member of the overseas-trained specialist assessment committee and is also on the advisory committee for the quality assurance program of the RCPA – Quality Assessment Program. She joined Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology in May, 2014.