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Full list of Australia Day Honours

Cate Swannell
Med J Aust
Published online: 12 February 2021

Seventy-one medical professionals were given Australia Day Honours

Officer (AO) in the General Division of the Order of Australia

Professor Alan Cass: For distinguished service to medical research, particularly to the prevention and management of chronic kidney disease, to improved Indigenous clinical care and health outcomes, and as a mentor.

Professor William Charman: For distinguished service to tertiary education, particularly to the pharmaceutical sciences, and to professional organisations.

Professor Susan Davis: For distinguished service to medicine, to women's health as a clinical endocrinologist and researcher, and to medical education.

Dr Kenneth Fitch, AM: For distinguished service to sports medicine at the national and international level through a range of roles, and to medical education.

Professor Peter Leedman: For distinguished service to medicine, health and medical research as a physician-scientist, to professional societies, and to tertiary education.

Professor Robert Moulds: For distinguished service to medicine, to clinical pharmacology and medical education, and to the development of therapeutic guidelines.

Professor Helen O’Connell: For distinguished service to medical education, and to medicine, in the field of urology, as an academic and clinician, and to professional groups.

Professor Roger Reddel: For distinguished service to biomedical research in the field of adult and childhood cancer and genetics, and to tertiary education.

 

Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia

Professor Emily Banks: For significant service to medical research and education.

Associate Professor Anne Brooks: For significant service to ophthalmology, and to eye health organisations.

Associate Professor Douglas Brown: For significant service to medicine, particularly to spinal cord injuries.

Dr Peter Carroll: For significant service to pharmaceutical education, and to community health.

Professor Michael Chapman: For significant service to medical education, and to obstetrics and gynaecology.

Dr Paul Craft: For significant service to medicine, to oncology, and to professional organisations.

Dr John Crompton: For significant service to ophthalmology, and to the community of the Asia-Pacific region.

The late Dr James Cummins, RFD: For significant service to medicine, to neurosurgery, and to professional medical societies.

Professor Jan Dickinson: For significant service to medical education, and to maternal fetal medicine.

Mr Kevin Ericksen: For significant service to medical science, and to pathology practice standards.

Professor Amanda Fosang: For significant service to medical research in the field of arthritis, and to international societies.

Associate Professor Gregory Goodman: For significant service to medicine, to skin and cancer research, and to education.

Dr Jillian Guthrie: For significant service to Indigenous health, and to justice reinvestment policy.

Dr Michael Humphrey: For significant service to medicine, particularly to obstetrics and gynaecology.

Professor Nicholas Keks: For significant service to tertiary education, to psychiatry, and to professional bodies.

Professor Amanda Leach: For significant service to ear disease research, and to Indigenous child health.

Dr Bruce Lister: For significant service to paediatric intensive care medicine, and to professional societies.

Professor Daniel Lubman: For significant service to medical education, research, treatment and policy in the field of addiction.

Emeritus Professor Ronald McEvoy: For significant service to medical research, particularly to respiratory and sleep health.

Dr James McGill: For significant service to metabolic medicine, to biochemical genetic pathology, and to medical education.

Professor Colleen Nelson: For significant service to medical research, particularly to prostate cancer, and to health organisations.

Associate Professor Michael Penniment: For significant service to medicine, and to radiation oncology.

Dr Patrick Phillips: For significant service to medicine, and to diabetes organisations.

Dr Tom Playfair: For significant service to ophthalmology, and to professional colleges.

Emeritus Professor Peter Roberts-Thomson: For significant service to medical education, and to immunology.

Dr Paul Roche: For significant service to epidemiology, and to the international community of Nepal.

Dr Gerard Ryan: For significant service to respiratory medicine, and to people living with cystic fibrosis.

Dr David Schuster: For significant service to medicine as an anaesthetist, and to the community of Dubbo.

Dr Roy Scragg, OBE: For significant service to medicine, to epidemiology, and to professional medical associations.

Professor Markus Seibel: For significant service to medical research, and to endocrinology.

Professor Jonathan Serpell: For significant service to medicine, particularly to endocrine surgery.

Dr Richard Stawell: For significant service to ophthalmology, to research, and to professional bodies.

Dr Jeffrey Heow Joo Tan: For significant service to gynaecological medicine, and to cervical cancer research.

Dr Kevin Vandeleur: For significant service to ophthalmology, and to the international community.

 

Honorary Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia

Dr Allison Brand: For significant service to medicine, to gynaecology, and to medical organisations.

 

Medal (OAM) of the Order of Australia in the General Division

Dr Ruth Arnold: For service to medicine as a cardiologist.

The late Dr Melissa Baker: For service to people living with lymphoma.

Dr James Bowie: For service to medicine as a general practitioner.

Dr Carmel Crock: For service to emergency medicine, and to medical education.

Dr Peter Davis: For service to the Jewish community of Melbourne.

Dr Susan English-Donkers: For service to the youth of Timor-Leste, to women, and to medicine.

Mr David Hamilton: For service to medicine, and to professional associations.

Professor Tammy Hoffmann: For service to clinical epidemiology, and to occupational therapy.

Dr Henry Lew: For service to ophthalmology, and to the Jewish community.

Dr Richard Kok Siong Loh: For service to medicine, particularly to clinical immunology.

Dr Judith Lynch: For service to medicine, particularly to anaesthesiology.

Dr Ronald Meikle: For service to medicine, particularly to radiology.

The late Dr Amarjit Singh More: For service to medicine, and to the local and Sikh communities of Woolgoolga.

Dr Frederick Morgan: For service to medicine as a general practitioner.

Dr Anandhan Perumal Naidoo: For service to paediatric medicine.

Dr David Nelson: For service to medicine, and to the community.

Dr David Outridge: For service to medicine, particularly to addiction recovery programs.

Dr Susan Rowley: For service to medicine, and to emergency rescue organisations.

Dr Christopher Schull: For service to thoracic and tropical medicine, and to the community.

Dr David Scott: For service to medicine, particularly to anaesthetics.

Dr Sheryl Van Nunen: For service to medicine, particularly to clinical immunology and allergy.

Associate Professor David Webb: For service to medicine, particularly to urological surgery.

Dr John Willoughby: For service to ophthalmology, and to sailing.

Dr John Youngman: For service to medicine, and to medical administration.

 

Public Service Medal (PSM)

Dr Armand Casolin: For outstanding public service to rail transport in New South Wales, particularly to the development of safe working protocols during COVID-19.

Dr Hugh Heggie: For outstanding public service to community health in the Northern Territory.

Ms Sarah Moore: For outstanding public service to cancer pathology science in South Australia.

Dr Duncan Taylor: For outstanding public service to forensic DNA statistics in South Australia.

  • Cate Swannell


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