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Queen’s Birthday Honours for UNSW Medicine

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17 June 2019
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Congratulations to the 110 members of the UNSW community who have been named in the Queen’s Birthday 2019 Honours List. These awards are an endorsement of the diverse and impressive impact our people have in the wider community. UNSW Medicine honours our colleagues and alumni recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Please acknowledge these individuals and their respective achievements in Medicine.

Companion (AC) General Division

Professor David BURKE AO, a former professor of clinical neurophysiology and neurology at UNSW, for eminent service to neurophysiology, to innovative treatments for spinal cord and brain trauma injuries, and to professional medical organisation

Officer (AO) General Division

Professor Andrew Victor BIANKIN (SWS Clinical School) for distinguished service to medical research, and to the treatment of pancreatic cancer, as a clinician-scientist

Professor Karim M KHAN for distinguished service to sport and exercise medicine, and to the promotion of physical activity for community health.

Emeritus Professor Susan Caroline KIPPAX for distinguished service to sport and exercise medicine, and to the promotion of physical activity for community health.

Emeritus Professor Edward KRAEGEN (Garvan Institute) for distinguished service to medicine, and to medical education, in the areas of diabetes, obesity and glucose metabolism research.

Member (AM) General Division

Associate Professor Anthony BUZZARD for significant service to the international education sector, and to medical science

Ms Lindsay CANE for significant service to community health, particularly in regional areas

Professor Elizabeth CHIARELLA for significant service to nurse and midwifery education, and to health care standards

Dr Jonathan Robert CLARK for significant service to medicine as a head and neck surgeon.

Dr Ian James COOK (St George and Sutherland Clinical School) for significant service to gastroenterology, and to medical research.

Dr John Patrick EDMONDS (St George and Sutherland Clinical School) for significant service to rheumatology, and to medical research.

Dr Michael John HOLLANDS for significant service to medical education and professional standards, and as a surgeon.

Professor Geoffrey ISBISTER for significant service to medical research in the field of toxicology.

Professor Constance KATELARIS (SWS Clinical School) for significant service to medicine in the field of immunology and allergy

Dr Jennifer Helen KENDRICK for significant service to medicine, and to medical education and standards.

Professor Steven KRILIS (St George and Sutherland Clinical School) for significant service to medical

Dr Richard LEE for significant service to intensive care medicine.

Mr Anthony SCHEMBRI (St Vincent’s Clinical School) for significant service to hospital administration, and to medical research.

Dr Leon SIMONS (St Vincent’s Clinical School) for significant service to cardiovascular medicine, and to education

Dr Richard STARK (Port Macquarie Rural Clinical School) for significant service to neurological medicine, and to professional associations

Professor Carolyn SUE for significant service to medicine, particularly to mitochondrial disease.

Dr Lizabeth TONG for significant service to medicine, particularly to child mental health.

Professor Hala ZREIQAT for significant service to biomedical engineering, and to research councils

Medal (OAM) General Division

Dr Geraldine Frances DUNCAN (formerly of the Rural Clinical School) for service to rural medicine

Dr David Thomas McDONALD (Port Macquarie Rural Clinical School) for service to medicine as a paediatrician

Dr Mary MORAN (SPHCM) for service to medical research, and to global health initiatives.

Dr Quang Phu HO (SWS Clinical School) for service to medicine in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology

Dr James Macpherson LINKLATER for service to medicine, particularly as a radiologist.

Dr Gregory O'SULLIVAN (St Vincent’s Clinical School) for service to medicine in the field of anaesthesiology

Mr William SPARKS for service to community health

Dr Vida VILIUNAS for service to medicine in the field of anaesthesiology

Dr Gordon Eustace WHITE for service to medicine, particularly sexual health

Congratulations to all and to those across UNSW who have received honours

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