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Biographical entry Warner, Lesley Rae (1940 - )

Born
21 July 1940
Milton, New Zealand
Occupation
Parasitologist

Summary

Lesley Warner was appointed head of the School of Biological and Environmental Sciences at Central Queensland University (CQU) in 2001. Other positions held by Warner at CQU include director of Women Into Science and Technology (WIST) and coordinator of the Sciences Communication Program. She teaches invertebrate zoology, foundation parasitology and nutrition.

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Events

1962
Career position - Research Assistant in the Department of Cancer Research in the Medical School at the University of Otago, New Zealand
1967 - 1969
Career position - Research Assistant in the Oral Pathology Department at the University College Hospital, London
1970
Life event - Settled in Australia
1971 - 1975
Career position - Tutor and Demonstrator in the Biology Department at the University of Adelaide
1976 - 1977
Career position - Visiting Scholar in the Department of Medical Malacology at the University of Michigan, USA
1977 - 1978
Career position - Research Officer in Home Economics at Western Domiciliary Care in Adelaide
1978 - 1980
Career position - Lecturer in Home Economics at the Adelaide College of Arts and Education
1981 - 1982
Career position - Scientific Officer at the South Australian Museum in Adelaide
1982 - 1985
Career position - Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in Biology in the School of Applied Science at Gippsland Institute, Victoria
1985 - 1994
Career position - Head of the Department of Biology at Central Queensland University
1988 - 1990
Career position - Dean of the School of Science at Central Queensland University
1994 - 1996
Career position - Council member at the Australian Society of Parasitology
1996 - 1997
Career position - President of the Australian Society of Parasitology
1997 - 1998
Career position - Vice-President of the Australian Society of Parasitology
2001 -
Career position - Associate Professor of Biology at Central Queensland University
2001 -
Career position - Head of the School of Biological and Environmental Sciences at Central Queensland University

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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