Queen's Birthday Honours

2020

MEDAL OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Dr Frank S Evans OAM (MBBS 1958) For service to the international community of Timor Leste.

Associate Professor Hadia Haikal-Mukhtar OAM (BSc (Hons) 1976, MBBS 1981, LLB 1999) For service to medicine, and to the Lebanese community.

Dr Brian R Hassett OAM (MBBS 1969) For service to medicine, and to the community of Ballarat.

Dr Heather G Simmons OAM (MBBS 1968) For service to medicine, particularly to women’s health.

MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Dr Christopher S Baker AM (MBBS 1984) For significant service to medicine, to dermatology, and to professional medical colleges.

Dr Robert John Bartlett AM (MBBS 1967) For significant service to orthopaedic medicine, and to national and international medical associations.

Professor Emeritus Roger J Pepperell AM (MBBS 1965, MGyn&Obstet 1973) For significant service to medical education, particularly to obstetrics and gynaecology.

Dr Christine B Phillips AM (BMedSc 1988, MBBS 1988) For significant service to medical education, to migrant and refugee health, and to medicine.

Professor Andrew W Roberts AM (PhD 1997) For significant service to medical research, to haematology, and to cancer organisations.

Professor Susan M Sawyer AM (MBBS 1985, MD 1995) For significant service to tertiary education, to adolescent health, and to international groups.

Mr Russell J Corlett AM For significant service to plastic and reconstructive medicine, and to the community of the Asia-Pacific region.

OFFICER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Mr Alexander W Auldist AO (MBBS 1962) For distinguished service to paediatric medicine as a surgeon, educator and mentor of young physicians, and to professional organisations.

Professor George A Werther AO (MBBS 1971, MD 1994) For distinguished service to medicine, to paediatric endocrinology and research, and to professional medical organisations.

Professor Ingrid Winship AO For distinguished service to medicine, particularly to clinical genetics and research, to cancer prevention, and as a role model and mentor.

Professor Graeme L Barnes AO For distinguished service to medicine, particularly to child gastrointestinal health, and to medical research.