Australia Day Honours

2020

MEDAL OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Mr Phillip N Antippa OAM (MBBS 1991) For service to thoracic surgery, and to music.

Dr Vincent B Gallichio OAM (MBBS 1975) For service to medicine.

Dr John M Wettenhall OAM (BMedSc 1968, MBBS 1969) For service to the international community through water, sanitation  and medical programs.

Dr David M Workman OAM (MBBS 1979) For service to ophthalmology, and to international relations.

MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Associate Professor John P Collins AM (MBBS 1969) For significant service to medicine, particularly to breast cancer treatment.

Emeritus Professor Brendan J Crotty AM (MBBS 1979, MD 1990) For significant service to health education, and to the community.

Dr John W Orchard AM (BA 1989, MBBS 1989, MD 2006) For significant service to sports medicine, particularly to cricket.

Dr Sabar Rustomjee AM (GDipPsychMed 1972) For significant service to psychotherapy, and to community health.

Dr John D Santamaria AM (MBBS 1975, MD 1987, GDipEpid&Biostat 2001) For significant service to intensive care medicine.

Professor Robert K Shepherd AM (PhD 1987) For significant service to biomedical research, and to education.

Dr Desiree S Yap AM (MBBS 1987) For significant service to women’s health and to medicine.

Associate Professor Marion A Saville AM For significant service to women’s health through cervical screening initiatives.

Professor Gillian M Duchesne AM For significant service to radiation oncology medicine, and to professional medical organisations.

OFFICER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Professor Michael Permezel AO (MBBS 1977, MD 1989) For significant service to women’s health, and to medicine.

Professor Jeffrey D Zajac AO (MBBS 1977, PhD 1988) For distinguished service to medicine, and to medical education, in the fields of obstetrics and gynaecology, and to professional colleges.

Professor Roy M Robins-Browne AO For distinguished service to medical education and research in the field of microbiology and immunology, and to professional groups.

Professor Shaun P Brennecke AO For distinguished service to medical education and research in the fields of obstetrics and gynaecology, and to professional societies.

PUBLIC SERVICE MEDAL

Professor Stephen M Cordner AM PSM (GDipArts(Crim) 1977, MBBS 1977, BMedSc 1977)

For distinguished service to medical research and education, particularly in the field of endocrinology, and to professional societies.