Professor Peter Collignon is an Infectious Diseases Physician and Clinical Microbiologist employed as a Senior Staff Specialist at ACT Pathology and Canberra Hospital. He is also a Professor in the Medical School of the Australian National University. His research is widely published and referenced in many Australian and International journals.
In June 2009 he was made a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for services to Medicine in Infectious Diseases, Microbiology and Infection Control.
He is member of many national and international committees, including as an expert to the World Health Organization (WHO) on the issue of antibiotic resistance and the use of antibiotics in food animals since 2000.
Dr Sally Appleton
After graduating with her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2004 at the University of Qld, Sally continued her studies completing her Fellowship in Microbiology in 2012.
Dr Appleton has held a number of Microbiology Registrar positions in leading Queensland hospitals and since obtaining her fellowship has held the position of Senior Fellow in Microbiology with Queensland Health.
In addition to her full time duties, Dr Appleton has held a casual tenure since 2006 with the QML Pathology Warfarin Department continuing a long family association with QML Pathology.
Dust sampling in the field - Occupational hygiene sampling methods and equipment for personal dust monitoring
Micheal Lewis, Principal Occupational Hygienist, Simtars
Date: Thursday 4 February 2021
Venue: United Service Club, 183 Wickham Terrace, Brisbane
Micheal has worked in the health and safety fields for 27 years and has held public and private sectors roles in Australia and New Zealand. He has particular experience in designing, implementing and auditing chemicals management systems, conducting complex health based investigations, compliance auditing, project management and training package development and delivery. Micheal supervises the combustible dust and spontaneous combustion laboratories in addition to his research and development role.