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Biographical entry Garson, Olga Margaret (Margaret) (1927 - )

AO

Born
4 October 1927
Benalla, Victoria, Australia
Occupation
Cytogeneticist, Pathologist and Educator

Summary

Margaret Garson was appointed Officer of the Order of Australia, 13 June 1993, for service to medical research and education, particularly in the field of cytogenetics.

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1954 - 1957
Career position - Pathology Registrar at the Alfred Hospital, Victoria
1961 - 1964
Career position - NIH Research Fellow at the University of Texas Medical Branch, USA
1964 - 1970
Career position - Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne's Department of Medicine located in St Vincent's Hospital
1970 - 1976
Career position - Senior Research Officer at the University of Melbourne's Department of Medicine at St Vincent's Hospital
1976 - 1982
Career position - Pathologist - Cytogenetics at St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne
1976 - 1989
Career position - Senior Associate at the University of Melbourne's Department of Medicine in St Vincent's Hospital
1982 - 1993
Career position - Director of the Department of Cytogenetics
1989
Career position - Visiting Professor in the Department of Pathology at the University of Hong Kong
1989 - 1993
Career position - Professional Associate at the University of Melbourne's Department of Medicine in St Vincent's Hospital
1991
Career position - Visiting Professor in the Department of Pathology at the University of Hong Kong
1993
Award - Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)
1995 - 2001
Career position - Consultant Pathologist to the Cancer Registry at the Anti-Cancer Council of Victoria (ACCV)

Archival resources

National Library of Australia Manuscript Collection

  • Biographical cuttings on Margaret Garson, Doctor, Cuttings Files BIOG; National Library of Australia Manuscript Collection. Details

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

Online Resources

See also

  • Herd, Margaret (ed.), Who's Who in Australia 2002, 38 edn, Crown Content, Melbourne, 2001, 2020 pp. Details

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