Maeve Moriarty

Conservation Scientist, Conservation Science Division

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Maeve Moriarty

Maeve Moriarty earned a B.Sc. (Hons) in Chemistry from the University of Ottawa and a Master’s in Environmental Chemistry from the Royal Military College of Canada in 2009. Before joining the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI), Maeve worked in a commercial analytical laboratory, in several research laboratories and as a team leader on a project involving the remediation of contaminated sites in the Arctic. In her work, Maeve used various analytical methods, such as synchrotron-based techniques. She has published numerous articles on arsenic, as well as on the imaging and analysis of inorganic elements.

Maeve has worked at CCI since 2017. She specializes in inorganic analyses of artists’ materials and archaeological materials. Her work includes the non-invasive analysis of heritage objects by X-ray fluorescence spectrometry, including pesticide analysis.

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