2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours

2022 Queen’s Birthday Honours

14th June, 2022

Congratulations to all the recipients of Queen’s Birthday Honours.

We’ve compiled a list of those awarded honours for their services and support for medical research. Connections with medical research institutes are noted in bold.

Companion (AC) in the general division

  • Mr Richard Leigh CLIFFORD AO, VIC. For eminent service to business in the aviation, arts and education sectors, to the community through charitable support and scholarships, and for philanthropic contributions.
  • Dr Brendan Francis MURPHY, ACT, For eminent service to medical administration and community health, particularly as Chief Medical Officer, and to nephrology, to research and innovation, and to professional organisations.
  • Her Excellency the Honourable Dr Jeannette Rosita YOUNG PSM, QLD, For eminent service to public health administration, to medicine and medical research, to the tertiary education sector, and as the 27th Governor appointed in Queensland.

Officer (AO) in the general division

  • Professor Janette Cecile BRAND-MILLER AM, NSW. For distinguished service to science, notably in the field of human nutrition, and as an advocate for people with disability.
  • Dr Kerry Gai CHANT PSM, NSW. For distinguished service to the people of New South Wales through public health administration and governance, and to medicine.
  • Professor Peter Fook Meng CHOONG, VIC. For distinguished service to orthopaedic medicine, to research and tertiary medical education, and to professional associations.
  • Distinguished Professor Michelle Genevieve CRASKE, USA. For distinguished service to psychology, particularly the study of anxiety and depression, and to tertiary education.
  • Professor Basil John DONOVAN, NSW. For distinguished service to medicine in the field of sexual health through tertiary education, research and advisory roles. Kirby Institute.
  • Mr Christopher Byron LEPTOS AM, VIC. For distinguished service to the not-for-profit sector through leadership and philanthropic support, to the public sector, and to education.
  • Professor Mary-Louise McLAWS, NSW. For distinguished service to medical research, particularly to epidemiology and infection prevention, to tertiary education, and to health administration.
  • Professor Guy Barrington MARKS, NSW. For distinguished service to respiratory medicine and research, and to tertiary education. Woolcock Institute of Medical Research.
  • Dr Ruth Elizabeth SHEAN, WA. For distinguished service to public administration, and to not-for-profit and community health organisations.
  • Clinical Associate Professor Catharyn Johanna STERN, VIC. For distinguished service to gynaecology, to reproductive medicine and fertility research, and to the community.

Member (AM) in the general division

  • Dr Susan Mary ARBUCKLE, NSW. For significant service to perinatal medicine, and to professional associations.
  • Emeritus Professor Marcus David ATLAS, WA. For significant service to tertiary medical education, and to otolaryngology. Ear Science Institute Australia.
  • Clinical Professor Sameer BHOLE, NSW, For significant service to dentistry, to education and research, and to professional associations.
  • Dr Meredith Louise BORLAND, WA. For significant service to emergency medicine, particularly paediatrics, and to medical research.
  • Mr Franklyn Roger BRAZIL, QLD. For significant service to medical research, and to agriculture.
  • Dr Warrick James BREWER, VIC. For significant service to neuropsychology, and to professional societies.
  • Professor Kay Margaret CROSSLEY, VIC. For significant service to physiotherapy, and to professional organisations.
  • Professor Anne Cheryl DISSANAYAKE, VIC. For significant service to medical research, to tertiary education, and to professional societies.
  • Professor Angela Fay DULHUNTY, NSW. For significant service to medical research, and to professional organisations. John Curtin School of Medical Research. 
  • Professor David Kenneth GARDNER, VIC. For significant service to reproductive medicine, and to education.
  • Mr Todd HARPER, VIC. For significant service to cancer support programs, and to medical governance.
  • Dr Sarah Nicole HILMER, NSW. For significant service to clinical and geriatric pharmacology. Kolling Institute.
  • Mr Barry Martin LAMBERT, NSW. For significant service to cannabinoid medical research, to business, and to charitable organisations.
  • Dr Robyn Gaye LANGHAM, VIC. For significant service to renal health research, and to tertiary medical education.
  • Professor Imogen Ann MITCHELL, ACT. For significant service to intensive care medicine, and to tertiary education.
  • Professor Jeremy J Nicolle OATS, VIC. For significant service to women’s health as a clinician and academic.
  • Professor Phoebe Anne PHILLIPS, NSW. For significant service to pancreatic cancer research.
  • Dr Meron Edith PITCHER, VIC. For significant service to medicine, and to women’s health.
  • Professor Peter REVILL, VIC. For significant service to microbiology and immunology research. Doherty Institute.
  • Ms Michele RUMSEY, NSW. For significant service to nursing, and to health care policy.
  • Professor Clare SCOTT, VIC. For significant service to gynaecological oncology. Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research.
  • Emeritus Professor Linda WORRALL, QLD. For significant service to speech pathology through aphasia research and advocacy.

Order of Australia Medals (OAM) in the General division

  • Professor Donna Sharon CROSS, WA. For service to youth mental health and wellbeing. Telethon Kids Institute.
  • Ms Lorraine Margaret GARDNER, NSW. For service to children’s health medical research.
  • Mrs Wendy Jane JENKINS, VIC. For service to community health, particularly lung transplant research.
  • Mr David Geraint PUMPHREY, NSW. For service to medical research and performing arts organisations.
  • Mrs Janelle Ann SHAKESPEARE, NSW. For service to medical research organisations.