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Branch Technical Presentation
Friday, 26 May, 2017

The Queensland Branch of CASANZ invites members to attend a technical presentation:




Presented by:      


Associate Professor Janet Davies
Head,  Allergy Research Group
School of Biomedical Sciences | Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation
Centre for Children's Health Research
Queensland University of Technology


Associate Professor Janet Davies leads the Allergy Research Group at QUT and is the Assistant Director of Research at Metro North Hospital and Health Service.  Janet is Principle Investigator of the AusPollen Partnership to establish a national standardized pollen monitoring and forecasting service to assist people with hay fever and asthma better manage their pollen allergies.  She is an inventor on a patent granted in Australia and three patent applications that underpin development towards more specific tests and treatments for subtropical grass pollen allergy.  Janet serves on a number of national and international task forces on allergy diagnosis and pollen aerobiology.  Her current research is supported by NHMRC, ARC, QUT, the Allergy and Immunology Foundation of Australasia, Asthma Australia and National Foundation of Medical Research Innovation as well as over $1 million in industry partner contributions.  



Friday, 26 May, 2017 



Conference room GA603 
Ground Floor
Ecosciences Precinct
41 Boggo Road, DUTTON PARK QLD


Limited street parking


12.30pm - 1.30pm



Members: No charge

Non Members: $30


Monday, 24 May, 2017                   

Register Online Now


David Wainwright
QLD Branch President
Tel: +61 7 3170 5472

Natalie Shaw
QLD Branch Secretary
Tel:  +61 7 3369 3699


Event News

The Queensland branch meets regularly to discuss and plan technical seminars.  The Queensland branch endeavours to provide free/subsidised seminars where possible.

The Branch Committee welcomes suggestions on events such as breakfast meetings, seminars, conferences, workshops and training sessions from members or anyone interested in air quality management or other environmental issues.

If you have a suggestion or know of visiting potential speakers for any of our functions please contact the Branch Secretary. We also welcome non-members to most of our events. 


Training Courses

The Training Activities Executive (TAE) oversees the provision of air quality related training courses throughout Australia and New Zealand. Comprised of a Chair and a representative from each Branch Committee, it plans and co-ordinates the schedule of courses on request or rotationally through interested Branches. The Queensland Branch hosts training courses in Brisbane or, when there is sufficient interest, in regional centres. These include both introductory and advanced courses covering general air quality, ambient and emissions measurement, meteorology and modelling, pollution control and more. A forward schedule and course descriptions are provided on the training pages. Specific enquiries can be forwarded to the Queensland branch training committee representative, while if you wish to register interest to attend a specific course please click here.


Natalie Shaw

Committee Members

John Taylor (TAE)
Andrew Balch
Ramses Zietek
Timon Berger
Mark Kanowski

Matthew Goodfellow
David Claughton
Dr Mandana Mazaheri
Chris White

The QLD Branch of the Society accounts for approximately 15% of the Society.  Queensland members are served by a committee of 12 which represents professional, scientific and technical areas of environmental protection, regulation and management.


The primary focus of Committee meetings is the organisation of technical presentations and training needs.  The QLD branch meetings occur every month on the first Friday.

8.00 am

Café Eco
Ground floor
Environmental Sciences Precinct
41 Boggo Road
Dutton Park

The Branch Committee welcomes suggestions on events such as technical presentations, seminars, workshops and training sessions from members and non-members interested in air quality management or other environmental issues.

If you have a suggestion or know of visiting potential speakers for any of our functions please contact the Branch Secretary.

Non-members are welcome to join committee meetings at any time.




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