2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours

2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours

15th June, 2021

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.

Officer (AO) in the general division

  • Dr Patrick Toby Hewlett COATES. College Park SA 5069. For distinguished service to renal medicine, to professional medical organisations, and to tertiary education.
  • Emeritus Professor Colin William BINNS. Jindalee WA 6036. For distinguished service to medical research, to tertiary education, to public health policy and human nutrition.
  • Ms Suzi CARP. Hawthorn VIC 3122. For distinguished service to medical research, to children, and to the community through leadership roles. Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.
  • Professor Stephen Misha DAVIS AM. Toorak VIC 3142. For distinguished service to medical education, to stroke research, and to the management of cerebrovascular disease.
  • Professor Susan FLETCHER. Bayswater WA 6053. For distinguished service to medical research, to neurological science, and to the treatment and support of those with Muscular Dystrophy. Murdoch University.
  • Professor Paul Philip GLASZIOU. QLD. For distinguished service to medical education and standards, and to evidence-based medical research.
  • Professor Donald William HOWIE. SA. For distinguished service to medicine in the field of orthopaedics, and to professional medical organisations.
  • Emeritus Professor Lester John PETERS AM. Toorak VIC 3142. For distinguished service to medicine, particularly to radiation oncology, and to professional medical groups. Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
  • Clinical Professor Carol Anne POLLOCK. Manly NSW 2095. For distinguished service to medical research, education and science, to nephrology, and to clinical practice and governance. Kolling Institute of Medical Research.
  • Emeritus Professor Alan Osbourne TROUNSON. Ashburton VIC 3147. For distinguished service to medical science, and to in vitro fertilisation and stem cell technologies. Hudson Institute of Medical Research.
  • Professor Stephen Donald WILTON. WA. For distinguished service to medical research, to neurological science, and to the treatment of Muscular Dystrophy. Perron Institute.
  • Professor Dianna MAGLIANO for service to epidemiology and to tertiary education. The Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute.

Member (AM) in the general division

  • Dr Ian Charles BALDWIN. Diamond Creek VIC 3089. For significant service to critical care nursing, and to medical research.
  • Emeritus Professor John Barnard BREMNER. Balgownie NSW 2519. For significant service to tertiary education, and to biomolecular science. Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute.
  • Professor Christopher Bernard DEL MAR. Robina QLD 4226. For significant service to tertiary education, to health and medical research, and to professional bodies.
  • Associate Professor Lynette Elsie CLEARIHAN. Southbank VIC 3006. For significant service to medicine, and to medical education.
  • Emeritus Professor Susan Evelyn FRASER. Mosman NSW 2088. For significant service to tertiary education, and to health and medical organisations.
  • Professor Gilles GUILLEMIN. NSW. For significant service to science education, to Motor Neurone Disease research, and to sport.
  • Dr Nigel Ronald JONES. North Adelaide SA 5006. For significant service to neurosurgical medicine, and to medical societies.
  • Professor Alan MACKAY-SIM. QLD. For significant service to tertiary education, and to biomedical science.
  • Professor Frank Louis MASTAGLIA. Claremont WA 6010. For significant service to neuromuscular disease, and to professional associations. Perron Institute.
  • Mr Scott Norman MONAGHAN. Mylneford NSW 2460. For significant service to Indigenous health, and to medical research.
  • Emeritus Professor Ian Douglas RILEY. Bawley Point NSW 2539. For significant service to tertiary medical education, notably to tropical health.
  • Professor Robyn Lesley RICHMOND. Darling Point NSW 2027. For significant service to tertiary medical education, and to public health.
  • Clinical Associate Professor Gary Fred SHOLLER. Rose Bay NSW 2029. For significant service to paediatric medicine, and to tertiary medical education.
  • Professor Helena TEEDE. VIC. For significant service to medical education and research, to endocrinology, and to women’s health.
  • Professor Beverley Janine VOLLENHOVEN. Hawthorn East VIC 3123. For significant service to tertiary medical education, to obstetrics and gynaecology.

Member (AM) in the Military Division

  • Lieutenant Colonel Peta MANTEL. For exceptional service to the Australian Defence Force in the fields of medical intelligence, health leadership, and epidemiology and disease surveillance.

Order of Australia Medals (OAM) in the General division

  • Dr Antoinette Catherine ANAZODO. NSW. For service to medical research.
  • Ms Catherine Madeleine WEST. NSW. For service to the medical research community.