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Biographical entry Hartley, Margaret (1954 - )

Born
30 July 1954
Occupation
Toxicologist

Summary

Margaret Hartley has worked in a diverse range of positions including some eleven years in medical research, teaching at an academic level, regulatory toxicologist within the federal government and policy and program manager in the area of environmental health and safety and public health policy. She has had extensive involvement with several scientific societies, including being a member of the Australian Academy of Science National Committee for Pharmacology and being life member of the Women in Science Enquiry Network (WISENET).

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1974
Career position - Technical Assistant in Biochemistry at the Royal Women's Hospital
1975
Education - Associate Diploma of Applied Biology completed at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)
1975 - 1977
Career position - Technical Officer in Applied Biology at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
1975 - 1979
Career position - Demonstrator in Charge at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (part-time)
1977
Education - Bachelor of Applied Sciences (BAppSc) completed
1978 - 1985
Career position - Manager in Research and Pharmacology at Monash University, Victoria
1981 -
Career position - Member of the Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologists
1985
Education - Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) completed at Monash University
1985 - 1986
Career position - Senior Tutor in the Department of Pharmacology at Monash University, Victoria
1986 - 1988
Career position - Senior Toxicologist with the Environmental Heath Branch of the Commonwealth Department of Health
1988 - 1992
Career position - Principal Toxicologist with the Drug Evaluation Branch of the Therapeutic Goods Administration
1989 - 1992
Career position - Visiting Lecturer at the National Science Summer School
1989 - 1994
Career position - Visiting Fellow at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Heath at the Australian National University, Australian Capital Territory
1989 - 1996
Career position - Visiting Lecturer in Toxicology at Monash University, Victoria
1990 - 1991
Career position - Member of the Toxicology Subcommittee of the Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologists
1990 - 1991
Career position - Visiting Lecturer in Toxicology at the University of Canberra
1992 - 1993
Career position - Council member of the Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologists
1992 - 1997
Career position - Director of Chemical Review and International Harmonisation in the Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care
1994 - 1996
Career position - Honorary Secretary of the Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologists
1996 -
Career position - Life member of the Women in Science Enquiry Network (WISENET)
1997 -
Career position - Director of the National Industrial Chemicals Notifications and Assessment Scheme
1997 - 1998
Career position - Member of the Toxicology Subcommittee of the Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologists
1997 - 1999
Career position - Member of the Australian Academy of Science National Committee for Pharmacology
1999 - 2001
Career position - Board member of the Australian Foundation for Science at the Australian Academy of Science
2003 -
Career position - Director of the Office of Chemical Safety (OCS) Health and Safety Regulation Group in the Commonwealth Department of Health and Aged Care

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

Online Resources

Ailie Smith