Patricia Margaret Stevenson, Australian biochemist, researcher, writer. Achievements include new findings in mechanisms of control of steroid hormone synthesis and the supporting metabolism in ovary. Recipient scholarship Commonwealth Government, 1958-1960, Research grant from Australian Research Grants Committee, 1974-1991, University Western Australia, 1974-1993, Science Research grant Ford Foundation, 1968-1972.
Trainee nurse Adelaide Children's Hospital, 1951-1952. Cadet in chemistry/bacteriology University Adelaide, 1950, 53. Laboratory technical Popes Products, Engineering, 1955.
Laboratory assistant F.H. Fauldings, Pharmaceuticals, 1956-1958. Demonstrator biochemistry University Adelaide, 1960-1963. Research scientist Medical Research Council, Clinical Endocrinology Unit, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1964-1973.
Senior lecturer biochemistry University Western Australia, 1973-1981, associate professor biochemistry, since 1981, senior honorary research fellow, since 1992. Director Raine Center for Research in Perinatal and Development Biology, University Western Australia, 1982-1988. Councilor Australian Institute Marine Science, Townsville, Queensland, 1982-1988.
Interim councilor Nation Science and Technology Center, Canberra, Australia, since 1989. Research/sabbatical University Cambridge, University Amsterdam, University Singapore, University of California at Los Angeles, 1978, 83, 90.
Tutor/treasurer Toodyay (West Australia) Learning Center, 1993-1994. Member council of management St. James Strata Plan 3204, Crawley, Western Australia, 1986-1994. Member Australian Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Society (councillor 1974-1977, Western Australian representative), New York Academy of Sciences, Endocrinology Society United Kingdom, Australian Institute International Affairs.
1951 - 1952
1956 - 1958
1960 - 1963
1964 - 1973
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