Dr Andrew Colebatch

Dr Andrew Colebatch graduated from the University of New South Wales and underwent training in Anatomical Pathology at Royal North Shore Hospital, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Department of Forensic Medicine, Austin Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. During his training he undertook a PhD in melanocytic genomic pathology through the University of Melbourne. After obtaining Fellowship with the RCPA in 2018 he then completed a yearlong Jani Haenke Melanoma Pathology Fellowship at the Melanoma Institute of Australia.

Dr Colebatch has written more than 30 peer reviewed articles, and has contributed to the next edition WHO Classification of Skin Tumours. He is an Associate Editor for the journal Pathology. He is involved in teaching Anatomical Pathology registrars as well as Orthopaedic registrars through the NSW Bone Tumour Bone School. He also teaches sessions bone pathology and renal pathology to medical students at the University of Sydney.

His areas of clinical expertise include melanocytic pathology, bone and soft tissue pathology, molecular pathology, medical renal and haematopathology. Additional interests include the utility of genomic sequencing in difficult to classify neoplasia.