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Biographical entry Radcliff, Frank John (1927 - )

FRIC, FRACI, FAACB

Born
4 October 1927
Vienna, Austria
Occupation
Biochemist

Summary

Frank John Radcliff was one of New South Wales's top clinical biochemists and worked at the Royal North Shore Hospital of Sydney from 1954 to 1988. Radcliff was also a keen science historian and built up a good collection of scientific equipment and artefacts.

Details

Events

11 March 1939
Life event - Migrated to Australia
1948
Education - Bachelor of Science with Honours (BSc (Hons)) completed at the University of Sydney
1954 - 1965
Career position - Assistant Biochemist at the Royal North Shore Hospital of Sydney
1957
Education - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) completed at the University of Sydney
1960 -
Award - Fellow of the Royal Institute of Chemistry, England (FRIC)
1960 -
Award - Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (FRACI)
1965 - c. 1988
Career position - Head of Biochemistry at Royal North Shore Hospital
1967 -
Award - Foundation Fellow of the Australian Association of Clinical Biochemists (FAACB)
1967 - 1974
Career position - Chairman of the Board of Examiners of the Australian Association of Clinical Biochemists
1970 - 1971
Career position - President of the Australian Association of Clinical Biochemists
1971
Career position - Director of the Northern Metropolitan Regional Biochemistry Service
1976 - 1979
Career position - Principal Adviser on Laboratory Services to the Health Commission of New South Wales
1982
Career position - Chairman of the Laboratory Medicine Advisory Committee, Royal North Shore Hospital
1988 -
Career position - Visiting Biochemist at Hornsby and Ku-ring-gai Hospital in New South Wales
1988 -
Career position - Consultant Emeritus in Biochemistry at the Royal North Shore Hospital

Archival resources

Private hands (Radcliff, F.J.)

  • Frank John Radcliff - Records; Private hands (Radcliff, F.J.). Details

Published resources

Online Resources

McCarthy, G.J.