Queens Birthday 2020

We are delighted that ten of our Fellows have been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List for their valuable contributions to Australian health and medical sciences. 

The Academy warmly congratulates all ten Fellows, who were recognised as follows:

Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)

  • Professor Emeritus Professor Suzanne Crowe AO FAHMS – for her distinguished service to health and aged care administration, to clinical governance, biomedical research, and to education.
  • Professor Simon Finfer AO FAHMS – for his distinguished service to intensive care medicine, to medical research and education, and to global health institutes.
  • Professor Georgina Long AO FAHMS – for her distinguished service to medicine, particularly to melanoma clinical and translational research, and to professional medical societies.
  • Professor Caroline McMillen AO FAHMS – for her distinguished service to medical science, and to tertiary education, to the community of South Australia, and to social equity.
  • Professor Lorimer Moseley AO FAHMS – for his distinguished service to medical research and science communication, to education, to the study of pain and its management, and to physiotherapy.

Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

  • Professor Nicholas Fisk AM FAHMS – for his significant service to tertiary education, and to maternal-fetal medicine.
  • Professor Sheena Reilly AM FASSA FAHMS – for her significant service to tertiary education, to medical research, and to paediatric speech pathology.
  • Professor Andrew Roberts AM FAA FAHMS – for his significant service to medical research, to hematology, and to cancer organisations.
  • Professor Ranjeny Thomas AM FAHMS – for her significant service to medical education and research, and to rheumatology.

Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)

  • Professor Sarah Medland OAM FASSA FAHMS – for her service to medical research in the field of genetics.