Minh completed her PhD on cellular mechanisms for tumour invasion and metastasis using a combination of light and electron microscopy at the University of Sydney in 2007. Following on from this, she worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher for the Iron Metabolism and Chelation Program at the University of Sydney investigating intracellular trafficking of endosomes and mitochondria in iron overload disorders.
Since 2009, she has worked at the Australian Centre for Microscopy & Microanalysis at the University of Sydney. In this role, she provides support and training for research students and staff in life sciences across a wide range of microscopy techniques including light and electron microscopy, specialising in serial block face scanning electron microscopy (SBF SEM), super resolution microscopy (GSD and STED) and correlation microscopy. Minh is also involved in the design and co-ordination of workshops in tissue culture, fluorescence, confocal, super-resolution microscopy and volume SEM.