Geoff Eaglesham completed a Bachelor of Science at The Univesity of Queensland in 1972. Geoff worked as an analytical chemist for 45 years, starting as a cadet, at the Government Chemical Laboratory now known as the Queensland Health Scientific Services. In that time, he had the good fortune to be involved in the introduction of many “new” analytical techniques including Gas and Liquid Chromatography, the coupling of these separation techniques with mass spectrometry and the application of this technology to problem solving in the fields of Forensic, Foods and Environmental Chemistry.

Shortly after retiring from Queensland Health Geoff joined QAEHS (previously Entox) on a part time basis and has been assisting with analytical methodology, particularly HPLC Mass Spectrometry, since.