The University of Melbourne is proud to acknowledge recipients of 2021 Queen's Birthday Honours who are current and former staff members, valued alumni, or special friends and supporters.


Professor Philip G Alston AO
for distinguished service to the law, particularly in the area of international human rights, and to legal education

Ms Peta-Louise M Credlin AO
for distinguished service to parliament and politics, to policy development, and to the executive function of government

Professor Stephen M Davis AO
for distinguished service to medical education, to stroke research, and to the management of cerebrovascular disease

Ms Erika E Feller AO
for distinguished service to the international community, to the recognition and protection of human rights, and to refugee law

Professor Ian R L Freckelton AO QC
for distinguished service to the law, and to the legal profession, across fields including health, medicine and technology

Dr Evans S Lagudah AO
for distinguished service to agriculture and food science as a researcher in the area of wheat genetics

Professor Geoffrey Metz AO
for distinguished service to medicine, to medical education both nationally and internationally, and to professional medical organisations

Emeritus Professor Lester J Peters AO
for distinguished service to medicine, particularly to radiation oncology, and to professional medical groups

Professor Anne F Twomey AO
for distinguished service to the law, to legal education, and to public education on constitutional matters


Group Captain Edward A Eather AM
for exceptional performance of duty to the Australian Defence Force in legal services

Professor Jennifer R Firman AM RAN
for exceptional performance of duty in the field of military medicine

Brigadier Douglas W Laidlaw AM CSC
for exceptional service as the Commander 4th Brigade and Commander Joint Task Force 646 during Operation BUSHFIRE ASSIST 2019-2020


Professor Jaynie L Anderson AM
for significant service to tertiary education, particularly to art history in Australia

Dr John T Andrews AM
for significant service to nuclear medicine, and to professional societies

Professor Gavin J Becker AM
for significant service to medicine, to nephrology, and to professional societies

Mr Andrew W Blode AM
for significant service to children as an advocate for protection policy standards

Professor Kevin J Brophy AM
for significant service to tertiary education, and to creative writing

Emeritus Professor David J Carter AM
for significant service to tertiary education, and to cultural and literary studies

Professor Judith L Charlton AM
for significant service to road safety and injury prevention research

Mr Lee Christofis AM
for significant service to the performing arts, particularly to dance

Dr Flavia M Cicuttini AM
for significant service to medicine, and to musculoskeletal disease research

Mr Richard T Collins AM
for significant service to the community through charitable initiatives

Dr Philip J Cornish AM
for significant service to the telecommunications sector, and to the community

Dr Elizabeth A Crock AM
for significant service to nursing, particularly to people living with HIV/AIDS

Dr Allan L Curtis AM
for significant service to environmental management education and research

Professor John C Daley AM
for significant service to public policy development, and to the community

Mr David I Gibbs AM
for significant service to the community, and to the chartered accounting profession

Dr Jane L Halliday AM
for significant service to medicine, and to reproductive epidemiology

Professor Rosemary S Horne AM
for significant service to paediatric medicine, and to infant mortality prevention

Mr David F Jones AM
for significant service to the museums and galleries sector, and to the community

Mr Charles Justin AM
for significant service to the museums sector, to arts administration, and to architecture

Mr Nonda Katsalidis AM
for significant service to architecture, and to sustainable construction innovations

Dr Geoffrey M Knight AM
for significant service to professional dental associations, and to the community

Dr Heather G Mack AM
for significant service to ophthalmology, particularly to professional colleges

Ms Faye B McMillan AM
for significant service to Indigenous mental health, and to tertiary education

Mr Peter G McMullin AM
for significant service to business, to the law, and to the community

Professor Timothy F McNamara AM
for significant service to tertiary education, and to applied linguistics

Miss Ann E Miller AM
for significant service to the community through charitable initiatives

Dr Debra Nestel AM
for significant service to medical education through simulated teaching methods

Ms Vivienne V Nguyen AM
for significant service to the multicultural community of Victoria

Ms Shelley J Penn AM
for significant service to architecture and design in the public realm, and to professional institutes

Professor Ian D Riley AM
for significant service to tertiary medical education, notably to tropical health

Professor Ute Roessner AM
for significant service to tertiary education, particularly to the biosciences

Ms Glenyys D Romanes AM
for significant service to the Parliament of Victoria, and to the community

Ms Elana Rubin AM
for significant service to corporate governance, and to the community

Mr Clive Scott AM
for significant service to the hotel accommodation industry, and to the arts

Mr Graeme W Sinclair AM
for significant service to accountancy, to business, and to the not-for-profit sector

Mr Trent J Smyth AM
for significant service to international relations, to motorsport, and to business

Mr Anthony C Thomas AM
for significant service to education, particularly to children with special needs

Professor Emeritus Doreen Thomas AM
for significant service to tertiary engineering education and research, and to women

Mr Barry J Watchorn AM
for significant service to the superannuation sector through a range of roles

Ms Susan D Woodward AM
for significant service to the not-for-profit sector, to fundraising, and to the law

Associate Professor Edwina J Wright AM
for significant service to medicine and research, notably for people living with HIV/AIDS


Ms Jennifer Atta PSM
for outstanding public service to strategic social policy reform and delivery in Victoria

Ms Rachel J Jolly PSM
for outstanding public service through innovative policy development and implementation supporting Pacific Islander workers during the COVID-19 pandemic

Dr Mark D Norman PSM
for outstanding public service to conservation and biodiversity management in Victoria

Mrs Rebecca L Skinner PSM
for outstanding public service in the areas of national security policy, intelligence, business transformation and service delivery


Group Captain Edwin J Boyd CSC
for outstanding achievement in organisational reform and aviation training capability sustainment for the Australian Defence Force

Commander Moses Raudino CSC RAN
for outstanding achievement in the field of Navy training


Mr Peter J Solly AFSM ASM
for over 50 years of exceptional service to the Country Fire Authority (CFA) of Victoria, and to the communities of the Wimmera region, notably as Group Officer of the Rainbow Group


Professor Frank P Alford OAM
for service to endocrinology

Dr Susie Allanson OAM
for service to community health as a psychologist

Mrs Janice E Armstrong-Conn OAM
for service to the community through a range of organisations

Clinical Professor Eugene Athan OAM
for service to infectious diseases medicine

Mrs Wendy A Baarda OAM
for service to the Indigenous community of Yuendumu

Dr Peter J Baquie OAM
for service to sports medicine

Mr Adrian R Bartak OAM
for service to music

Mrs Sarnia A Birch OAM
for service to veterans and their families

Mrs Regula C Black OAM
for service to veterans and their families

Sr Deirdre P Browne OAM
for service to the community as a religious sister, and through music, education and the liturgical arts

Mr Mark A Byatt OAM
for service to local government, to regional development, and to the community of Hume

Dr Hugh J Cornell OAM
for service to biochemical research, and to tertiary education

Dr Teresa De Fazio OAM
for service to tertiary education

Mr Brian S Edward APM OAM
for service to the community of Geelong

Ms Abigail M Forsyth OAM
for service to sustainable design

Ms Fiona M Gardner OAM
for service to the community through social welfare organisations

Associate Professor Peter C Gates OAM
for service to neurology

Dr Peter R Gordon OAM
for service to disaster recovery as a psychologist

Dr Peter T Grant OAM
for service to gynaecological oncology

Associate Professor Kathleen M Gray OAM
for service to medicine through digital health education

Mr Andrew F Guy OAM
for service to the community through a range of organisations

Dr David L Hare OAM
for service to cardiology

Professor Peter J Harris OAM
for service to maritime heritage preservation

Mr John R Harry OAM
for service to the community, to rowing, and to the legal profession

Ms Leanne Heywood OAM
for service to business through a range of organisations

Dr David H Hooke OAM
for service to nephrology, and to aviation medicine

Miss Keran E Howe OAM
for service to people with disability

Dr Felice N Jacka OAM
for service to nutritional psychiatry research

Mr Nevil P Knell OAM
for service to the community through social welfare organisations

Professor Igor Konstantinov OAM
for service to medicine as a cardiothoracic surgeon

Mrs Jenny D Leaper OAM
for service to aged welfare

Dr John Leaper OAM
for service to aged welfare

Dr Rimas V Liubinas OAM
for service to medicine as a general practitioner

Professor Dianna Magliano OAM
for service to epidemiology, and to tertiary education

Mrs Estelle F Malseed OAM
for service to community health

Ms Felicity J Marlowe OAM
for service to the community through social welfare organisations

Dr Margaret F McLeod OAM
for service to conservation and the environment

Ms Josephine Millard OAM
for service to rowing

Mrs Susan B Morgan OAM
for service to the community through charitable initiatives

Dr Gerard M Naughtin OAM
for service to people with disability

Mr David S Niven OAM
for service to the law, and to consumer affairs

Mrs Beverley C Noonan OAM
for service to the community through charitable organisations

Ms Megan O'Connell OAM
for service to secondary education

Dr John D Paull OAM
for service to medicine, and to history

Mr Horrie Poussard OAM
for service to conservation and the environment

Dr Hyam B Rawicki OAM
for service to medicine as a rehabilitation specialist

Professor Kaye F Roberts-Thomson OAM
for service to dentistry, and to the community

Mrs Helen J Shardey OAM
for service to the Jewish community of Victoria

Mr David H Shaw OAM
for service to the community health, and to Australian rules football

Professor Melissa C Southey OAM
for service to epidemiology and precision medicine

Mr Michael J Sweeney OAM
for service to the community, and to the law

Mrs Lesley E Tan OAM
for service to audiology

Mrs Joan O Taylor OAM
for service to secondary education, and the community

Ms Anne T Tudor OAM
for service to people living with Dementia and their supporters

Professor Alan M Wolff OAM
for service to medicine

Mr Lawrence R Woodman OAM
for service to sport coaching and development

The Late Dr Valerie C Yule OAM
for service to psychology as a clinician and author

And the University also congratulates those friends who provide valuable support – philanthropic and otherwise – to the University, and who received honours recently


Mr William M Ford OAM
for service to the community through social welfare organisations

Mr David R Harris OAM
for service to the community through charitable organisations

Mr Owen Hegarty OAM
for service to the minerals and mining sector

Dr Santosh Kumar OAM
for service to the Indian community of Victoria

Ms Amanda Miller OAM
for service to the community through the philanthropic and impact investing sectors

Mr Arthur Papadimitriou OAM
for service to the galleries sector

Mr Roger Poole OAM
for service to architecture, and to the community

Ms Julie Reilly OAM
for service to the community through charitable organisations

Mr Joseph Carrozzi AM
for significant service to business, and to the community through multicultural and not-for-profit organisations

Mrs Elizabeth A Cousins AM
for significant service to the community through charitable initiatives

Mrs Louise Gourlay AM
for significant service to the community through charitable initiatives

Judge Ian L Gray AM
for significant service to the law, and to Indigenous justice

Her Hon Judge Felicity P Hampel AM
for significant service to the judiciary, to legal organisations, and to women

Dr Jane Melville AM
for significant service to herpetological research, and to the museums sector

Dr Bryan C Mendelson AM
for significant service to aesthetic plastic surgery, and to medical societies

Dr Elizabeth A Rushen AM
for significant service to community history and heritage preservation

Ms Suzi Carp AO
for distinguished service to medical research, to children, and to the community through leadership roles

Mr Ian Hicks AO
for distinguished service to the community through philanthropic support for the arts, education and social welfare bodies

Mr Kenneth J Smith AO
for distinguished service to public administration, and to public sector leadership and education