National Association of Testing Authorities (Australia)
Liz graduated from The University of Newcastle, Australia, in 2001. After graduation, Liz relocated to the United Kingdom where she worked for several years in pathology before joining a contract research organization specializing in preclinical and clinical evaluation of vaccines and antivirals using in-vivo viral challenge models and in-vitro virus detection techniques.
Liz joined NATA (National Association of Testing Authorities) in 2010 as a GLP inspector. In addition to inspecting facilities for compliance with the OECD Principles of GLP, she is also involved in conducting assessments of animal health and research & development laboratories for compliance with ISO/IEC 17025.
NATA is responsible for accreditation of testing and calibration laboratories and is also the Australian GLP compliance monitoring authority. The Australian GLP program includes facilities conducting a variety of studies including toxicology studies
and agricultural and veterinary residue trials.