Congratulations to our 2021 Queen’s Birthday Honours Recipients
Congratulations to our Monash Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences colleagues, alumni, friends and supporters who have been recognised with a Queen’s Birthday Honour this year.
We celebrate these honours and awards and the high percentage of women recognised amongst our community in the University’s 60th anniversary year.
Professor Donald William Howie AO - For distinguished service to medicine in the field of orthopaedics, and to professional medical associations.
Professor Geoffrey Lionel Metz AO - For distinguished service to medicine, to medical education both nationally and internationally, and to professional medical organisations.
Emeritus Professor Alan Osbourne Trounson AO - For distinguished service to medical science, and to in vitro fertilisation and stem cell technologies.
Dr Soren Blau AM - For significant service to forensic medicine, and to scientific organisations.
Professor Judith Lynne Charlton AM - For significant service to road safety and injury prevention research.
Clinical Professor Flavia Cicuttini AM - For significant service to medicine, and to musculoskeletal disease research.
Associate Professor Lynette Elsie Clearihan AM - For significant service to medicine, and to medical education.
Professor Rosemary Sylvia Horne AM - For significant service to paediatric medicine, and to infant mortality prevention.
Professor Debra Faye Nestel AM - For significant service to medical education through simulated teaching methods.
Ms Jan Rice AM - For significant service to nursing, to wound care, and to education.
Professor Helena Teede AM - For significant service to medical education and research, to endocrinology, and to women’s health.
Professor Beverley Janine Vollenhoven AM - For significant service to tertiary medical education, to obstetrics and gynaecology.
Associate Professor Edwina Jane Wright AM - For significant service to medicine and research, notably for people living with HIV/AIDS.
Professor Dianna Josephine Magliano OAM - For service to epidemiology, and to tertiary education.
Professor Melissa Caroline Southey OAM - For service to epidemiology and precision medicine.
*Please note that this is not a comprehensive list. If there is anyone we may have missed from the list, please let us know by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
For a list of other Monash University recipients, please visit the 2021 list of Monash Queen’s Birthday Honours.
About Monash University
Monash University is Australia’s largest university with more than 80,000 students. In the 60 years since its foundation, it has developed a reputation for world-leading high-impact research, quality teaching, and inspiring innovation.
With four campuses in Australia and a presence in Malaysia, China, India, Indonesia and Italy, it is one of the most internationalised Australian universities.
As a leading international medical research university with the largest medical faculty in Australia and integration with leading Australian teaching hospitals, we consistently rank in the top 50 universities worldwide for clinical, pre-clinical and health sciences.