Honour Roll

Named College Lectures

 

RANZCO Museum facilitates a number of Named College Lectures including:

  • The Council Lecture
  • The Norman McAlister Gregg Lecture
  • The Dame Ida Mann Memorial Lecture
  • The Fred Hollows Lecture
  • Prize Medal - The Fillipic-Greer Medal

The Council Lecture

The Council Lecture was established to honour members (Fellows) engaged in original work, or to establish a means whereby members may receive an authoritative and distinguished paper on a subject of which the lecturer has particular experience or knowledge.

The presentation shall be for 30 minutes duration by an ophthalmologist and discussion will form no part of the proceedings.  The lecture becomes the property of the College and may be published in the College Journal.

A Certificate is presented to the Lecturer by the President of the College at the conclusion of the lecture.

Previous Awards

Year Award Year Award
1963

Dr Adrian Lamb

1965*

Dr David Waterworth

1965*

Dr K.G. Howsam (OSA)

1967*

Dr E.J. Donaldson

1967*

Dr R. Hertzberg

1968

Dr W. Deane-Butcher

1969

Dr a’B. Travers (ACO)

1970

Dr P.A. Rogers

1971

Dr Ronald Lowe

1973

Dr R. Hertzberg

1975

Dr J.W. Hornbrook

1979

Dr Shirley Sarks

1980

Dr C.H. Greer

1981

Dr B.G. Wilson

1982

Dr J.E.K. Galbraith

1984

A/Prof Fred Hollows

1985

Prof Frank Billson

1986

Dr Bruce Crawford

1987

Dr Peter J. Graham

1988

Dr Alex Hunyor

1989

Not awarded

1990

Dr B.D. Coote

1991

Prof Fred Hollows

1992

Dr Frank Taylor

1993

Dr Gordon Wise

1994

Prof Hugh R. Taylor

1995

Dr Bill Gillies

1996

Prof Richard Cooper

1997

Dr David Moran

1998

Dr Mark Harrison 

1999

A/Prof David Mackay 

2000

A/Prof Peter McCluskey

2001

Dr Jamie La Nauze 

2002

Prof Anthony Molteno

2003

A/Prof Mark Elder

2004

Dr Alan McNab

2005

Dr Bill Glasson

2006

A/Prof Robyn Guymer

2007

A/Prof Helen Danesh-Meyer

2008

A/Prof Robert Casson

2009

A/Prof Timothy Sullivan

2010

Dr Noel Alpins

2011

Dr Stephen Best 

2012

Prof Mark Gillies

2013

A/Prof Julian Rait

 

 

 

The Norman McAllister Gregg Lecture


The Norman McAlister Gregg Lecture was established in 1958 by the Council of the Ophthalmological Society of Australia in recognition of the outstanding contribution made to ophthalmology by Sir Norman Gregg.

The lecture covers a clinical topic that has clinical relevance and may cover some facet of work not previously published. It is usually 30 minutes duration and no time for discussion or questions is allowed. The lecture becomes the property of the College and may be published in the College Journal.

A "Gregg Medal" has been struck and is presented, together with a Certificate, to the Lecturer by the President of the College at the conclusion of the lecture.

Previous Awards

Year Award

Year

Award

1961

Sir Lorimer Dodds  (Inaugural)

1964

Prof Ida Mann

1967

Prof Ramon Castroviejo

1970

Prof Lorenz E. Zimmerman

1973

Prof Gustav Nossal

1975

Prof William F. Hoyt

1981

Prof Robert M. Ellsworth

1984

Prof Barrie Jones

1986

Dr Thomas Mandel

1987

Prof Ian Constable

1988

Prof Colin Blakemore

1989

Dr R. Machemer

1990

Prof Ian Gust

1991

Prof Doug Coster

1992

Prof Stephen Drance

1994

Prof Harry Quigley

1995

Prof Richard Larkins

1996

Prof George Waring

1997

Prof Susan Lightman

1998

Prof Richard Collin

1999

Prof Edward Stone

2000*

Prof Stuart Fine

2000*

Prof Yasuo Tano

2001

Mr John Hungerford

2002

Justice Michael Kirby

2003

Prof Caroline MacEwan

2005

A/Prof David Mackey

2006

Prof David Apple

2007

Prof Jost B. Jonas

2008

Prof Charles McGhee

2009

Mr Geoffrey Rose

2010

Prof Paul Mitchell

2011

Prof Elizabeth Engle

2012

Prof Belinda Gallie

2013

David F Chang MD

 

  

The Dame Ida Man Memorial Lecture

The Dame Ida Mann Memorial Lecture was established in 1988 by the Council of the College in recognition of the outstanding contribution made to ophthalmology by Dame Ida Mann.  

The presentation shall be for 30 minutes duration and is to cover an important topic that is oriented to the basic science of ophthalmology with clinical relevance.  

Questions or discussions will form no part of the proceedings.  The lecture becomes the property of the College and is to be published in the College Journal.  

A Certificate is presented to the Lecturer by the President of the College at the conclusion of the lecture.

Previous Awards

Year Award

Year

Award

 1988

Prof John D. Pettique (Inaugural) 

1989

Dr D Potter 

 1990

Not awarded

1991

Dr Adam Locket

 1992

Dr Mark Florence 

1993

Dr Robert Buttery

 1994

Not awarded

1995

Prof Trevor Lamb 

 1996

Prof Val Alder 

1997

Prof Ian Constable

 1998

A/Prof Denis Stark

1999

Dr Kerryn Williams 

 2000

Prof Charles McGhee

2001

Prof Grant Sutherland

 2002

Dr Ian Morgan

2003

Prof Harminder Dua

 2004

Dr Stuart Graham 

2005

Dr Peter Kaiser 

 2006

Prof Harry Quigley

2007

Prof Paul McMenamin

 2008

Prof John McAvoy

2009

Prof Jonathan Crowston

 2010

A/Prof Jamie Craig 

2011

A/Prof Justine Smith 

 2012

Prof Colin Green

2013

Prof Jan Provis

 

The Fred Hollows Lecture

The Fred Hollows Lecture was instituted in 1999 to recognize the work Professor Fred Hollows had done for indigenous people and in raising the profile of ophthalmology.  

The presentation shall be of 30 minutes duration and will address a topic of applied public health research with a community focus. Questions or discussion will form no part of the proceedings.  The lecture becomes the property of the College and may be published in the College Journal.  

A Certificate is presented to the Lecturer by the president of the College at the conclusion of the lecture.

Previous Awards

Year Award

Year

Award

 1999

Dr William Morgan 

 2000

 A/Prof Paul Mitchell 

 2001

 A/Prof Glen Gole 

 2002

 Prof John Mathews

 2003

 Dr Ivan Goldberg

 2004

 Dr A.R. Moodie

 2005

Prof Ravi Thomas

 2006

Prof Minas Coroneo

 2007

 Prof Lyle Palmer 

 2008

 Prof Hugh R. Taylor AC

 2009

 Dr Mark Loane 

 2010

A/Prof Henry Newland 

 2011

 Prof Jill Keeffe OAM

 2012

 Prof Geoffrey Tabin

 2013

 A/Prof Nitin Verma

 

 

 

Prize Medal - The Filipic-Greer Medal

This is in recognition of the outstanding contributions made to Ophthalmic Pathology in Australia by the late Dr Hugh Greer of Melbourne and the late Dr Marijan Filipic of Sydney.

Year Award

Year

Award

2005

Dr Alina Zeldovich

2006

Dr Alicia Au

2007

Dr Vivek Chowdhurry

2008

Dr Adrian Fung

2009

Not awarded

2010

Not awarded

2011

Dr Daniel McKay

2012

Not awarded

2013

Not awarded