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Australia Day Honours

Congratulations to the Victorian doctors who have been recognised in the Australian Day Honours.

Officer (AO) in the General Division of the Order of Australia

Prof. David Copolov, for distinguished service to tertiary education administration, to medicine in the field of psychiatry, to mental health research, and to the community.

Prof. Kate Leslie, for distinguished service to medicine in the field of anaesthesia and pain management as a clinician and researcher, to higher education and to professional medical groups.                                                                                                                               

Prof. Finlay Macrae, for distinguished service to medicine in the field of gastroenterology and genomic disorders as a clinician and academic, and to human health through the Human Variome Project.

Prof. Robyn O'Hehir, for distinguished service to clinical immunology and respiratory medicine as an academic and clinician, to tertiary education, and to specialist health and medical organisations.

Prof. Eleanor Ozanne-Smith, for distinguished service to public health, particularly in the area of accident and injury prevention, to forensic medicine, and to higher education as an academic.

Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia

Mr Ian Carlisle, for significant service to medicine in the field of faciomaxillary and reconstructive surgery, to professional organisations and to the international community.

Prof. Mark Frydenberg, for significant service to medicine as a clinician, educator and author in the speciality of urology, and to professional medical organisations.

Prof. Ego Seeman, for significant service to medicine, as a researcher in the fields on osteoporosis and endocrinology, as a clinician and academic.

Dr Roderic Sutherland, for significant service to medicine as a general practitioner, and to the community of Natimuk.

Dr John Vorrath, for significant service to medicine as an otolaryngologist and through the intervention and development of specialist surgical instruments.

A/Prof Michael Woodward, for significant service to medicine, particularly aged care, geriatric medical research, and Alzheimer's disease, as an author, and to professional groups.

Medal (OAM) of the Order of Australia in the General Division

Dr Graeme Bertuch, for service to medicine, and to the community.

Mr John Cunningham, for service to medicine, and to the promotion of immunisation.

Dr Peter Greenberg, for service to medicine, and to population health.

Dr Jeffrey Shapiro, for service to medicine as a general practitioner, and to the community.

Dr John Tucker, for service to medicine, particularly anaesthetics, to the blueberry industry, and to the community.

 

(Apologies if we missed anyone, please let us know)

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