Bachelor of Arts in Zoology, Barnard College, 1960; A.M. in Biologic Sciences (graduate fellow 1961-1962), Stanford University, 1963; visiting fellow in tumor biology, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, 1964-1965; research fellow in biological chemistry, Harvard University, 1965-1966; Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology, Georgetown University, 1968; postdoctoral fellow National Institutes of Health, 1968-1970.
Instructor biology, College San Mateo, California, 1962-1963;
teaching assistant microbiology, Georgetown Medical School, 1967-1968;
established investigator, American Heart Association
laboratory biochemistry, National Heart and Lung Institute, Bethesda, Maryland., 1970-1972;
senior scientist, Worcester Foundation Experimental Biology, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts, 1972-1976;
Adjunct Professor biochemistry, Central New England College, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1974-1975;
visiting professor membrane research, Weizmann Institute Science, Rehovot, Israel, 1976;
visiting professor biochemistry and biophysics, U. Rhode Island, Kingston, 1976-1977;
research professor microbiology, New York Medical College, Valhalla, 1977-1981;
director, Division Clinical Biochemistry and Basic Research in Pathology, Catholic Medical Center, Queens, 1981-1988;
professor clinical microbiology, Cornell Univercity Medical School, 1986-1989;
vice president, scientific director, Hercon laboratories Corporation subsidiary Health Chem Corporation, New York City, 1988-1990;
senior vice president, biomedical Technologies division Princeton Polymer laboratories, Union, New Jersey, 1989-1993;
director scientific research, Maimonides Research and Development Foundation & Medical Center, 1991-1993;
director immunopath., Lebanon Hospital Center, 1993-1994;
Chief Executive Officer, chairman, Diagnostic Development Team, Ltd., New York City, since 1993;
associate director laboratory, Liberty Testing Laboratory, 1993-1996;
director laboratory, Liberty Testing Laboratory, since 1996. Predoctoral trainee United States Public Health Service, 1966-1967, special trainee, 1973. Investigator American Heart Association, 1970-1975.
Member National Science Foundation postdoctoral fellowship evaluationpanel in biology National Research Council, since 1975. Member postdoctoral fellowship evaluationpanel North Atlantic Treaty Organization, since 1978. Member cell biology study section National Institutes of Health, since 1979, member biomedical science fellowship committee, since 1979.
Member national policy committee Professional Women's Caucus, 1970-1973. Member alumnae council Barnard College, since 1975, vice president Class of 1960, 1990-1995, class fund chair, since 1995. Member committee revision biochemistry and biotechnology subcommittee, in vitro methods subcommittee United States Pharmacopeial Convention, since 1990.
Fellow American Academy Microbiology, American Institute Chemists (professional opportunities committee, legislation committee), American Academy Clinical Biochemistry. Member American Heart Association (basic science council), American Society Microbiology (status of women committee 1970-1973, secretary physiology division 1972-1974, member divisional nominating committee 1973), American Society Biological Chemists, American Association Clinical Chemists, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Society Clinical Research, American Chemical Society, Genetics Society of America, Harvey Society, American Association Cancer Research, New York Academy of Sciences, Federation American Scientists, Association Women in Science (affirmative goals and actions committee 1973-1975), Tissue Culture Association (Northeast planning committee since 1986), American Society for Cell Biology.
Married Harvey Leon Ozer, February 3, 1960. 1 child, Juliane Natasha Hochstadt-Ozer.