Queen's Birthday honours for Faculty of Medicine staff
15 June 2005
Faculty of Medicine teaching and curatorial staff have been recognised in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Professor Les Bokey, was awarded an AM for service to medicine as a colon and rectal surgeon and his contribution to surgical education programs, research and medical administration.
The Head of the School of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences, Professor Ian Caterson, was also awarded an AM for service to medicine as an endocrinologist, or gland specialist, particularly through his research and clinical practice in the areas of obesity, diabetes, and nutrition.
Associate Professor Richard Benn, Clinical Associate Professor at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, has received an AM in recognition of his work as practitioner and educator in the fields of clinical microbiology and infectious diseases.
Professor Gillian Shenfield, Clinical Professor of Pharmocology based at Royal North Shore Hospital, was awarded with an AM for her service to medicine, particularly in the field of clinical pharmacology and therapeutics in Australia, and to education.
Mr Graeme Morrison received a Medal of the Order of Australia in part for his contribution to the University’s Museum of Pathology. Mr Morrison was the museum’s curator for 30 years and is now a consultant.