|Birth||September 4, 1929|
|1950||B.A., University of California, Berkeley; Bertha Dolbeer Scholar; Dorothea Klumpke Roberts Prize, University of California, Berkeley|
|1955||Ph.D., astronomy, University of California, Berkeley; Lick Observatory Fellow|
|1955-56||Research Astronomer, University of California, Berkeley|
|1956||Research Associate, Yerkes Observatory, University of Chicago|
|1957-66||Astronomer, Flagstaff Station, U.S. Naval Observatory|
|1959||Mademoiselle Merit Award|
|1964-79||Chair, Working Group on Orbits and Ephemerides of Comets Commission, Positions & Motions Minor Planets, Comets & Satellites, 20 International Astronomical Union (also 1985-88)|
|1966-69||Associate Professor of Astronomy, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona|
|1969-||Professor of Astronomy, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona|
|1971||Benjamin Apthorp Gould Prize, National Academy of Sciences|
|1973-75||Member, Space Science Review Panel Associateship Program, Office of Scientific Personnel, National Research Council (Chair, 1975)|
|1979-85||Commission 20: Vice President, 1979-82; President, 1982- 85|
|1980-||Astronomer, Stewart Observatory|
|1986||NASA Special Award|
|1988-||President, Commission 6 Astronomical Telegrams (also 1976-79)|
Elizabeth Roemer is both a researcher and author of numerous publications on astronomy and the astrophysics of comets and minor planets.
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Publication information: Book title: Notable Women in the Physical Sciences:A Biographical Dictionary. Contributors: Benjamin F. Shearer - Editor, Barbara S. Shearer - Editor. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1997. Page number: 343.
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