Honour Board

2021 APSA Medallist

Professor Timothy Chen, University of Sydney

Professor Timothy Chen is nationally and internationally renowned for his research in medication review and strategies to reduce medication related harm. His research has informed significant practice change, through the implementation of the Commonwealth Government funded Home Medicines Review (HMR) program, provided by pharmacists and GPs.

APSA Honour Board

The APSA medal is our Association’s highest award to recognise excellence and lasting contribution to the pharmaceutical sciences, pharmacy practice and/or education. The winner of the medal is selected from nominations by the APSA Council based on academic achievements and contribution to the Association. The APSA medal is presented at the Annual Conference where the APSA medallist presents the APSA medal oration.

APSA Medallists

2020: Professor Kevin Batty, Curtin University

2019: Professor Lisa Nissen, Queensland University of Technology

2018: Professor Parisa Aslani, University of Sydney

2017: Professor Christopher Porter, Monash University

2016: Professor Ines Krass, University of Sydney

2015: Professor Sanjay Garg, University of South Australia

2014: Professor Jeff Hughes, Curtin University

2013: Professor Andrew McLachlan, University of Sydney

2012: Emeritus Professor Andrew Gilbert, University of South Australia

2011: Professor Ross McKinnon, Flinders University of South Australia

2010: Professor Allan Evans, University of South Australia

2009: Professor Susan Charman, Monash University

2008: Professor Ian Tucker, University of Otago

2007: Professor Carol Armour, University of Sydney

2006: Professor William Charman, Monash University

2005: Professor Roger Nation, Monash University

2004: Professor Michael Roberts, University of Queensland

2004: Professor Lloyd Sansom, University of South Australia

APSA Life Members

2021: Emeritus Professor Andrew Gilbert AM, University of South Australia

2021: Dr Elizabeth Hotham, University of South Australia

2020: Professor Ines Krass, University of Sydney

2020: Professor Roger Nation, Monash University

2019: Professor Ian Tucker, University of Otago

2017: Associate Professor Robert Milne, University of South Australia

2016: Doctor Desmond Williams, University of South Australia

2013: Emeritus Professor Basil Roufogalis, University of Sydney

2013: Associate Professor Kay Stewart, Monash University

2013: Professor Peter Stewart, Monash University

2012: Honorary Associate Professor Louis Roller, Monash University

2012: Emeritus Professor Lloyd Sansom, University of South Australia

2012: Emeritus Professor Bruce Sunderland, Curtin University

APSA Lecturers

2021: Professor Lisa Nissen, Queensland University of Technology

2020: Professor Tina Brock, Monash University

2019: Professor Mark Sullivan, Medicines Development for Global Health

2018: Doctor Susan Semple, University of South Australia

2017: Professor Kevin Batty, Curtin University

2016: Professor Stephen Simpson, University of Sydney

2015: Professor Shane Desselle, Touro University California

2014: Professor Ines Krass, University of Sydney

2012: Professor Gregory Peterson, University of Tasmania

2011: Professor Christopher Porter, Monash University

2010: Professor Andrew Gilbert, University of South Australia

2009: Doctor Louis Roller, Monash University

2008: Professor Lloyd Sansom, University of South Australia

2007: Professor Dennis Smith, Pfizer Global Research and Development

2006: Professor Andrew McLachlan, University of Sydney

2005: Professor Susan Tett, University of Queensland

APSA Presidents

2020 – current: Associate Professor Joseph Nicolazzo, Monash University

2017 – 2019: Doctor Stephanie Reuter Lange, University of South Australia

2013 – 2016: Associate Professor Parisa Aslani, University of Sydney

2009 – 2012: Professor Andrew McLachlan, University of Sydney

2005 – 2008: Professor Ross McKinnon, University of South Australia

2002 – 2004: Professor Susan Charman, Monash University

1998 – 2001: Professor Allan Evans, University of South Australia

1998: Professor Ken Brown, University of Sydney

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