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Physiology educator

Ann Elizabeth Sefton, Australian Physiology educator. Recipient achievement in education award Australian and New Zealand Association Medical Education, 1993. Member Australian Neurosci. Society, International Union Physiology (deputy chairman commission for teaching 1993-1997), Higher Education R and D Society Australia, Australian Medical Students Association (honorary life).

Background

Sefton, Ann Elizabeth was born on August 7, 1936 in Sydney, Australia. Daughter of Raymond and Winifred Elsie (Dodds) Jervie.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Medicine, U. Sydney, 1957; Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Science, U. Sydney, 1960; Doctor of Philosophy, U. Sydney, 1966; Doctor of Science, U. Sydney, 1990.

Career

Junior resident medical officer, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney, 1960; resident medical officer, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Sydney, 1961; lecturer, physiology, U. Sydney, 1966-1979; senior lecturer, physiology, 1980-1984; associate professor, physiology, 1985-1991; professor, physiology, since 1991; associate dean Faculty Medicine, physiology, since 1994; deputy chairman academic board, physiology, 1965-1966. Visiting professor Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1993-1994.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor 2 books

    • contributor over 75 articles to medical journals, chapters tobooks.

Membership

Member Australian Neurosci. Society, International Union Physiology (deputy chairman commission for teaching 1993-1997), Higher Education R and D Society Australia, Australian Medical Students Association (honorary life).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music, walking, growing Australian plants, reading.

Connections

Married Ian Michael Sefton. Children: Peter Malcolm, Catherine Julia.

father:
Raymond Jervie

mother:
Winifred Elsie (Dodds) Jervie

spouse:
Ian Michael Sefton

children:
Peter Malcolm Sefton

Catherine Julia Sefton