Dr Sarah Sim



Haematopathology, Thoracic Histopathology

Phone number

07 3377 8646

Email: sarah_sim@snp.com.au

Special interests: Thoracic pathology, Haematopathology

Dr Sarah Sim is a Histopathologist based at Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology's main laboratory in Brisbane. She has experience in a broad range of general surgical pathology and has developed particular interest in pathology of the lung and lymph node.

Dr Sim graduated from the University of Queensland in 2008 before progressing to internship and Junior House Officer positions at Caboolture, Redcliffe and The Prince Charles Hospitals.

In 2010, she started pathology training with Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology before rotating through a number of Brisbane laboratories including the Royal Brisbane Hospital, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Mater Hospital and The Prince Charles Hospital where she developed an interest in lung pathology. While training as a registrar, she completed a six-month research posting at the University of Queensland Centre for Clinical Research in breast pathology under Professor Sunil Lakhani. During this time she contributed to a chapter: The Future Role of Molecular Profiling in Small Breast Samples and Personalised Medicine in the text book, A Comprehensive Guide to Core Needle Biopsies of the Breast; and she was the co-author of the paper Intratumour heterogeneity in the progression to breast cancer metastasis.

Dr Sim returned to Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology in 2016. She was awarded a fellowship with The Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia in the same year.