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virologist , cell biologist

Naomi Elizabeth Bishop, Australian cell biologist, virologist. Achievements include discovery and characterization of a viral protein dependent on Ribonucleic acid for its autocatalytic cleavage. Recipient Commonwealth Government Research scholarship Australia, 1989, Australian Postgraduate Research award, 1990-1993.

Background

Bishop, Naomi Elizabeth was born on March 25, 1965 in Sydney, Australia. Daughter of Eldred William and Patricia Ann (Clifford) Bishop.

Education

Bachelor of Science, La Trobe University, 1987. Bachelor of Science (honorary), 1988. Doctor of Philosophy, 1993.

Career

Laboratory assistant Royal Melbourne Hospital, 1984-1985. Research assistant Fairfield Hospital, Australia, 1986-1987. Hospital scientist part time Melbourne Pathology, 1989-1990.

Research fellow Cambridge University, since 1994. Scientist Locum Hospital, Fairfield Hospital, 1989-1991. Tutor laTrobe University, Australia, 1989-1992, Cambridge (England) University, 1994-1996.

Sessional lecturer Western Institute of Technology Australia, 1991.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery and characterization of a viral protein dependent on Ribonucleic acid for its autocatalytic cleavage.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor numerous research papers to professional journals.

Membership

Member Cambridge Association University Teachers, 1995-1996, Society Visiting Scholars, Cambridge, 1994. Member Society General Microbiology, Biochemical Society.

Connections

father:
Eldred William Bishop

mother:
Patricia Ann (Clifford) Bishop