Queen's Birthday Honours

2019

MEDAL OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Associate Professor Michael J Denton OAM (MBBS 1972) For service to medicine as a vascular surgeon.

Dr John D England OAM (PhD, MBBS 1969) For service to medicine as a cardiologist.

Dr Georgia A Paxton OAM (BMedSc 1997, MBBS (Hons) 1997) For service to community health, and to refugees.

Dr Adam M Zagorski OAM (MBBS 1976) For service to medicine as a general practitioner.

MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Associate Professor Anthony J Buzzard AM (MBBS 1965) For significant service to the international education sector, and to medical science.

Associate Professor Winita Hardikar AM (MBBS 1983, PhD 1993) For significant service to medicine, particularly to paediatric liver disease and transplantation.

Professor Andrew A Heggie AM (BDSc 1978, MDSc 1981, MBBS 1991) For significant service to medicine and dentistry in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Dr Peter E Lillie AM (PGDipEcho 2006) For significant service to medicine in the field of anaesthesia.

Associate Professor David A McCredie AM (MBBS 1949, BSc 1951, MD 1959) For significant service to medicine in the field of paediatric nephrology.

Associate Professor Ruth P McNair AM (MBBS 1986, PhD 2010) For significant service to medicine, and as an advocate for the LGBTIQ community.

Dr Joseph A Reich AM (MBBS 1969, GDipOphthal 1974) For significant service to ophthalmology.

Professor Malcolm R Sim AM (BMedSc 1978, MBBS 1980) For significant service to occupational and environmental medicine.

Dr Rodney R Syme AM (MBBS 1959) For significant service to social welfare initiatives, and to law reform.

MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Associate Professor Anthony J Buzzard AM (MBBS 1965) For significant service to the international education sector, and to medical science.

Associate Professor Winita Hardikar AM (MBBS 1983, PhD 1993) For significant service to medicine, particularly to paediatric liver disease and transplantation.

Professor Andrew A Heggie AM (BDSc 1978, MDSc 1981, MBBS 1991) For significant service to medicine and dentistry in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Dr Peter E Lillie AM (PGDipEcho 2006) For significant service to medicine in the field of anaesthesia.

Associate Professor David A McCredie AM (MBBS 1949, BSc 1951, MD 1959) For significant service to medicine in the field of paediatric nephrology.

Associate Professor Ruth P McNair AM (MBBS 1986, PhD 2010) For significant service to medicine, and as an advocate for the LGBTIQ community.

Dr Joseph A Reich AM (MBBS 1969, GDipOphthal 1974) For significant service to ophthalmology.

Professor Malcolm R Sim AM (BMedSc 1978, MBBS 1980) For significant service to occupational and environmental medicine.

Dr Rodney R Syme AM (MBBS 1959) For significant service to social welfare initiatives, and to law reform.

OFFICER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Professor Lex W Doyle AO (MBBS 1972, MD 1989) For distinguished service to medicine, and to medical education, as a neonatal paediatrician, academic, author and researcher.

Professor Fiona K Judd AO (MBBS 1978, GDipPsychMed 1984, GDip(DiagRad) 1984, MD 1988) For distinguished service to medicine, and to medical education, as a clinical psychiatrist and academic, and to professional bodies.

Professor David A Mackey AO (MD 1993) For distinguished service to medicine, and to medical education, in the field of ophthalmology, as a clinician-scientist and academic.

Professor Christina A Mitchell AO (MBBS 1978, Hon DMedSc 2013) For distinguished service to medicine in the field of haematology, to medical education and research, and to academic leadership.

Professor Richard G Pestell AO (PhD 1992, MD 1997, Hon DMedSc 2016) For distinguished service to medicine, and to medical education, as a researcher and physician in the fields of endocrinology and oncology.

MEMBER OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea AM For significant service to women in STEMM as an advocate and role model.

Professor Michael L Grayson AM For significant service to medicine in the field of infectious disease.

Brigadier Michael C Reade AM For exceptional performance of duty as the Director of Clinical Services of the 2nd General Health Battalion and Professor for Military Medicine and Surgery.

Professor James Wilkinson AM For significant service to medicine, particularly paediatric cardiology.