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Biographical entry Bankier, Agnes

OAM

Occupation
Geneticist

Summary

Agnes Bankier is a geneticist whose clinical practice was in a number of Melbourne hospitals and health services. She has headed several genetics services units including Victorian Clinical Genetic Services and at the Monash Medical Centre. Bankier has been active in policy and ethics advisory committees for government and professional organisations, and served as President of the Human Genetic Society of Australasia. Her published output is over 100 papers and book chapters.

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Events

1985
Career position - Clinical Geneticist, Victorian Clinical Genetic Services
1985 - 1990
Career position - Assistant Geneticist, Monash Medical Centre
1987 - 1997
Career position - Geneticist, Geelong Hospital, Victoria
1991 - 2001
Career position - Head of Unit, Clinical Genetics, Monash Medical Centre
1992 - 1999
Career position - Honorary Senior Lecturer in Paediatrics, Monash University
1992 - 2000
Career position - Examiner in Genetics, Royal Australian College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
1992 - 2000
Career position - Honorary Senior Lecturer in Paediatrics, University of Melbourne
1994 - 1997
Career position - Convenor, Clinical Genetics Services Subcommittee, Human Genetic Society of Australasia
1994 - 1998
Career position - Member, Specialist Advisory Committee in Clinical Genetics, Royal Australasian College of Physicians
1995 - 1997
Career position - Inaugural Chair, Australasian Association of Clinical Geneticists
1995 - 1998
Career position - Clinical Director, Genetic Health Services, Monash Medical Centre
1995 - 1998
Career position - Director of Clinics, Victorian Clinical Genetic Services
1996 -
Career position - Advisor, Victorian Assisted Reproductive Treatment Authority
1996 - 2009
Career position - Member, Ethics and Social Issues Subcommittee, Human Genetic Society of Australasia
1997 - 2003
Career position - Representative of the Human Genetics Society of Australasia, Executive of the International Federation of Human Genetics
1999
Career position - Deputy Director, Victorian Clinical Genetic Services
1999 - 2000
Career position - President, Human Genetic Society of Australasia
2000 - 2010
Career position - Director, Victorian Clinical Genetic Services
2003 - 2007
Career position - Chair, Birth Defects Register Advisory Committee, Victorian Department of Health and Human Services
2008 - 2010
Career position - Fellow, Paediatrics and Child Health Division Council
2010 -
Career position - Chair, Research Ethics Committee, Royal Children's Hospital
2010 - 2014
Career position - Clinical Geneticist, Austin Health, Melbourne
2011 - 2012
Career position - Chair, Ethics and Social Issues Subcommittee, Human Genetic Society of Australasia
2015 -
Career position - Honorary Archivist, Human Genetic Society of Australasia
2017
Life event - Retired
2018
Award - Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for service to medicine as a geneticist, and to medical education

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