List of Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science

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The Fellowship of the Australian Academy of Science is made up of about 500 Australian scientists.

Scientists judged by their peers to have made an exceptional contribution to knowledge in their field may be elected to Fellowship of the Academy. Fellows are often denoted using the post-nominal FAA (Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science).

A small number of distinguished foreign scientists with substantial connections to Australian science are elected as Corresponding Members.

Fellows are appointed for life; this table also contains deceased fellows.

Fellows[edit]

Yr Fellow Notes Born Died Refs
1953 Keith Edward Bullen Mathematics and geophysics 1906 1976 Foundation Fellow[1]
1953 Frank Macfarlane Burnet Virology and immunology (Nobel laureate) 1899 1985 Foundation Fellow[2]
1953 David Catcheside Genetics 1907 1994 Foundation Fellow[3]
1953 Thomas MacFarland Cherry Mathematics 1898 1966 Foundation Fellow[4]
1953 Ian Clunies Ross Parasitology and science administration 1899 1959 Foundation Fellow[5]
1953 Edmund Alfred Cornish Statistics 1909 1973 Foundation Fellow[6]
1953 John Eccles Neurophysiologist (Nobel laureate) 1903 1997 Foundation Fellow[7]
1953 Edwin Sherbon Hills Geologist 1906 1986 Foundation Fellow[8]
1953 Leonard Huxley Physicist 1902 1988 Foundation Fellow[9]
1953 Raymond Le Fèvre Chemist 1905 1986 Foundation Fellow[10]
1953 Rudi Lemberg Biochemist 1896 1975 Foundation Fellow[11]
1953 Hedley Marston Biochemist 1900 1965 Foundation Fellow[12]
1953 Leslie Martin Physicist 1900 1983 Foundation Fellow[13]
1953 David Martyn Physicist and radiographer 1906 1970 Foundation Fellow[14]
1953 Douglas Mawson Geologist 1882 1958 Foundation Fellow[15]
1953 Alexander John Nicholson Entomologist 1895 1969 Foundation Fellow[16]
1953 Mark Oliphant Physicist 1901 2000 Foundation Fellow[17]
1953 Joseph Lade Pawsey Radiophysics and radio astronomy 1908 1962 Foundation Fellow[18]
1953 James Arthur Prescott Agricultural science 1890 1987 Foundation Fellow[19]
1953 David Rivett Chemist 1885 1961 Foundation Fellow[20]
1953 Thomas Gerald Room Mathematics 1902 1986 Foundation Fellow[21]
1953 Sydney Sunderland Medicine 1910 1993 Foundation Fellow[22]
1953 Oscar Werner Tiegs Zoologist 1897 1956 Foundation Fellow[23]
1953 Richard Woolley Astronomer 1906 1986 Foundation Fellow[24]
1954 John Stuart Anderson Inorganic chemist 1908 1990 [25]
1954 Eric Stephen Barnes Pure mathematics (Adelaide) 1924 2000 [26]
1954 Philip Baxter Chemical engineer 1905 1989 [27]
1954 Noel Bayliss Chemist 1906 1996 [28]
1954 Arthur Birch Organic chemist 1915 1995 [29]
1954 Walter Boas Metallurgist 1904 1982 [30]
1954 William Rowan Browne Geologist 1884 1975 [31]
1954 Lionel Bull Veterinary scientist 1889 1978 [32]
1954 Frederick Colin Courtice Pathologist 1911 1992 [33]
1954 Hugh Ennor Biochemist 1912 1977 [34]
1954 Frank Fenner Virologist 1914 2010 [35]
1954 Otto Frankel Geneticist 1900 1998 [36]
1954 Alfred Gottschalk Biochemist 1894 1973 [37]
1954 Herbert Sydney Green Physicist 1920 1999 [38]
1954 Arthur Robert Hogg Physicist and astronomer 1903 1966 [39]
1954 John Conrad Jaeger Mathematical physicist 1907 1979 [40]
1954 Edgar King Surgeon and pathologist 1900 1966 [41]
1954 Essington Lewis Industrialist 1881 1961 [42]
1954 Ian Murray Mackerras Zoologist 1898 1980 [43]
1954 John Madsen Physicist and engineer 1879 1969 [44]
1954 Patrick Desmond Fitzgerald Murray Zoologist 1900 1967 [45]
1954 Edwin James George Pitman Statistics and probability theory 1897 1993 [46]
1954 Charles Priestley Meteorologist 1915 1988 [47]
1954 Harold Raggatt Geologist 1900 1968 [48]
1954 Albert Lloyd George Rees Chemical physics 1916 1989 [49]
1954 Rutherford Ness Robertson Botanist and biologist 1913 2001 [50]
1954 William Sydney Robinson Businessman, industrialist and diplomat 1876 1963 [51]
1954 Jack William Roderick Civil engineer 1913 1990 [52]
1954 William Percy Rogers Zoologist, parasitologist 1914 1997 [53]
1954 Frank Leslie Stillwell Geologist 1888 1963 [54]
1954 Thomas Griffith Taylor Geographer, anthropologist and explorer 1880 1963 [55]
1954 Ernest Titterton Nuclear physicist and professor 1916 1990 [56]
1954 Victor Martin Trikojus Professor of biochemistry 1902 1985 [57]
1954 Arthur William Turner Veterinary scientist and bacteriologist 1900 1989 [58]
1954 Eric Underwood Agricultural scientist 1905 1980 [59]
1954 Horace Waring Zoologist (UWA) 1910 1980 [60]
1954 Ian Wark Chemist 1899 1985 [61]
1954 Doug Waterhouse Entomologist 1916 2000 [62]
1954 Walter Waterhouse Agricultural scientist 1887 1969 [63]
1954 Joseph Garnett Wood Botanist 1900 1959 [64]
1955 Victor Albert Bailey Ionospheric physics and population dynamics 1895 1964 [65]
1955 Edward Holbrook Derrick Pathologist 1898 1976 [66]
1955 Alexander Killen Macbeth Organic chemist 1889 1957 [67]
1955 Michael JD White Zoologist and cytologist 1910 1983 [68]
1956 Max Day Entomologist 1915 2017 Oldest Fellow[69]
1956 Clifford Walter Emmens Veterinary physiologist 1913 1999 [70]
1956 Dorothy Hill Geologist (UQ) 1907 1997 [71]
1956 Richard Meyer Mathematician 1919 2008 [72]
1956 John Stewart Turner Botanist and plant physiologist 1908 1991 [73]
1957 Roland Andrews Industrial chemist 1897 1961 [74]
1957 Edward George Bowen Physicist, radar, radio astronomer 1911 1991 [75]
1957 Martin Glaessner Geologist and palaeontologist 1906 1989 [76]
1957 Robert Morton Biochemist 1920 1963 [77]
1957 Robin Stokes Chemist 1918 2016 [78]
1958 Adrien Albert Medicinal chemistry 1907 1989 [79]
1958 Horace Newton Barber Botanist and geneticist 1914 1971 [80]
1958 Robert Menzies Australia's longest-serving Prime Minister 1894 1978 [81]
1958 Charles William Shoppee Organic chemistry 1904 1994 [82]
1958 Alan Walsh Physicist 1916 1998 [83]
1958 William Henry Wittrick Engineer 1922 1986 [84]
1959 Wilbur Norman Christiansen Radio astronomer 1913 2007 [85]
1959 Kenneth Hedley Lewis Key Entomologist 1911 2002 [86]
1959 Bernard Mills Radio astronomer 1920 2011 [87]
1959 James Robert Price Chemist 1912 1999 [88]
1959 Keith Leonard Sutherland Industrial chemist 1916 1980 [89]
1959 Robert John Walsh Geneticist and medical scientist 1917 1983 [90]
1960 Albert Ernest Alexander Colloid chemist 1914 1970 [91]
1960 Geoffrey Badger Organic chemist, academic, and author 1916 2002 [92]
1960 Kenneth Le Couteur Foundation Professor of Theoretical Physics at ANU 1920 2011 [93]
1960 James Meadows Rendel Geneticist 1915 2001 [94]
1960 Fred White Chairman of CSIRO from 1959 to 1970 1905 1994 [95]
1961 Herbert Andrewartha Entomology, biology, zoology and animal ecology 1907 1992 [96]
1961 Jack Ellerton Becker Entrepreneur and significant donor to the Academy 1904 1979 [97]
1961 Charles Birch Geneticist specialising in population ecology 1918 2009 [98]
1961 John M. Cowley Electron microscopy, diffraction and crystallography 1923 2004 [99]
1961 Frank Dwyer Professor of Chemistry (ANU) 1910 1962 [100]
1961 John Edwin Falk Pharmaceutical chemist; biochemist; musician 1917 1970 [101]
1961 Henry Oliver Lancaster Statistician 1913 2001 [102]
1962 Stephen John Angyal Organic chemist 1914 2012 [103]
1962 Ron Giovanelli Physicist 1915 1984 [104]
1962 Pat Moran Statistician 1917 1988 [105]
1962 Alexander George Ogston Biochemist 1911 1996 [106]
1962 Armin Öpik Paleontologist 1898 1983 [107]
1962 Spencer Smith-White Botanist 1909 1998 [108]
1963 Archie McIntyre Neurophysiologist 1913 2002 [109]
1963 Jack Piddington Radiophysicist 1920 1997 [110]
1963 Ernest Ritchie Organic chemist 1917 1976 [111]
1963 George Szekeres Mathematician 1911 2005 [112]
1963 David Evan Thomas Geologist 1902 1978 [113]
1964 Gordon Ada Biochemist (microbiology, virology, immunology) 1922 2012 [114]
1964 Alexander Thomas Dick Chemical pathologist 1911 1982 [115]
1964 Jim Morrison Physical chemist 1924 2013 [116]
1964 Bernhard Neumann Mathematician 1909 2002 [117]
1964 John Sprent Parasitologist 1915 2010 [118]
1964 Paul Wild Radio astronomer 1923 2008 [119]
1965 Ronald Drayton Brown Chemist 1927 2008 [120]
1965 David Roderick Curtis Professor of Pharmacology (ANU) 1927 2017 [121]
1965 William Herdman Elliott Biochemist 1925 2012 [122]
1965 Graeme Reade Anthony Ellis Physicist (low-frequency radio observations) 1921 2011 [123]
1965 Kurt Mahler Mathematician 1903 1998 [124]
1966 Stephen Boyden Ecologist, veterinarian and biohistorian 1925 [125]
1966 Richard Casey 16th Governor-General of Australia 1890 1976 [126]
1966 Ben Gascoigne Astronomer 1915 2010 [127]
1966 Sefton Davidson Hamann Applied chemist 1921 2009 [128]
1966 Ted Ringwood Geophysicist and geochemist 1930 1993 [129]
1966 Robert Ford Whelan Professor of Human Physiology and Pharmacology (Adelaide); Vice-Chancellor (UniWA) 1922 1984 [130]
1967 John Adair Barker Theoretical physicist 1925 1995 [131]
1967 Peter Orlebar Bishop Visual neurophysiologist 1917 2012 [132]
1967 Robert Hanbury Brown Astronomer, physicist, radar and radio astronomy 1916 2002 [133]
1967 Alexander Mcleod Mathieson Chemist and crystallographer 1920 2011 [134]
1967 Gustav Nossal Biologist 1931 [135]
1967 John Robert Philip Soil physicist 1927 1999 [136]
1967 Ralph Slatyer Ecologist 1929 2012 [137]
1968 Hans Buchdahl Physicist 1919 2010 [138]
1968 Colin Malcolm Donald Agricultural scientist and agronomist 1910 1985 [139]
1968 Pehr Victor Edman Biochemist 1916 1977 [140]
1968 John Melvin Swan Chemist 1924 2015 [141]
1968 Charles Norman Watson-Munro Professor of Plasma Physics (Sydney) 1915 1991 [142]
1969 Stuart Thomas Butler Nuclear physicist 1926 1982 [143]
1969 George William Kenneth Cavill Professor of Organic Chemistry (UNSW) 1922 2017 [144]
1969 Nugget Coombs Economist and public servant 1906 1997 [145]
1969 David P. Craig Physical and theoretical chemist 1919 2015 [146]
1969 Bert Main Zoologist 1919 2009 [147]
1969 Maurice Mawby Mineralogist and business executive 1904 1977 [148]
1969 Donald Metcalf Medical research (virology, hematology) 1929 2014 [149]
1969 Bede Morris Immunologist and pathologist 1927 1988 [150]
1969 Hanna Neumann Mathematician 1914 1971 [151]
1970 Edward James Hannan Statistician 1921 1994 [152]
1970 Mollie Holman Professor of Physiology, Monash 1930 2010 [153]
1970 Denis Jordan Professor of Chemistry (Adelaide) 1914 1982 [154]
1970 Jacques Miller Immunologist 1931 [155]
1970 William Christopher Swinbank Meteorologist and Physicist 1913 1973 [156]
1970 Guy Kendall White Physicist 1925 [157]
1971 Geoffrey Burnstock Pharmacologist, toxicologist 1929 [158]
1971 William Compston Geophysicist 1931 [159]
1971 Lloyd Evans Plant physiologist 1927 2015 [160]
1971 Frank William Ernest Gibson Professor of Biochemistry (ANU) 1923 2008 [161]
1971 Alan Head Physicist 1925 2010 [162]
1971 Adrian Horridge Professor of Neurobiology (ANU) 1927 [163]
1971 Lawrence Ernest Lyons Professor of Physical Chemistry (UQ) 1922 2010 [164]
1971 Raymond Martin Professor of Chemistry (Melbourne) 1926 [165]
1971 Gordon Elliott Wall Mathematician 1925 [166]
1971 Donald Eric Weiss Industrial chemist 1926 2008 [167]
1972 John Robert Anderson Chemist 1928 2007 [168]
1972 Norman Boardman Biochemist and Science administrator 1926 [169]
1972 Andrew Crowther Hurley Quantum chemist and Mathematician 1926 1988 [170]
1972 Charles Angas Hurst Mathematical physics 1923 2011 [171]
1972 Max Kelly Mathematician 1930 2007 [172]
1972 Anthony William Linnane Biochemist 1930 [173]
1972 Walter Victor Macfarlane Physiologist 1913 1982 [174]
1972 Mervyn Silas Paterson Geophysicist 1925 [175]
1972 Arthur Melville Thompson Physicist 1917 2009 [176]
1973 Athelstan Beckwith Professor of Chemistry (Adelaide and ANU) 1930 2010 [177]
1973 William Russell Levick Professorial Fellow in Physiology (ANU) 1931 [178]
1973 James Henry Michael Mathematician 1920 2001 [179]
1973 Alexander Forbes Moodie Chemical Physics 1923 [180]
1973 James Patrick Quirk Agricultural scientist 1924 [181]
1973 Ian Gordon Ross Chemist 1926 2006 [182]
1973 Robert Street Physicist 1920 2013 [183]
1973 Ronald Harry Wharton Entomologist and parasitologist 1923 1983 [184]
1973 Howard Knox Worner Metallurgist 1913 2006 [185]
1974 Brian Anderson Professor of Information Sciences and Engineering (ANU) 1941 [186]
1974 Andrew Reginald Howard Cole Chemist 1924 [187]
1974 David Headley Green Geologist 1936 [188]
1974 Paul Ivan Korner Medical scientist and Physiologist 1925 2012 [189]
1974 John Joseph Mahony Mathematician and Aeronautical engineer 1929 1992 [190]
1974 Richard Freeman Mark Medical scientist 1934 2003 [191]
1974 Jim Pittard Professor of Microbiology (Melbourne) 1932 [192]
1974 Robert Porter Medical scientist and Physiologist 1932 [193]
1974 Brian John Robinson Radio astronomer 1930 2004 [194]
1975 Harold Frith Ornithologist 1921 1982 [195]
1975 Marshall Hatch Biochemist and plant physiologist 1932 [196]
1975 Bruce Godfrey Hyde Inorganic chemist 1925 [197]
1975 John Oswald Newton Physicist 1924 2016 [198]
1975 Ren Potts Professor of Applied Mathematics (Adelaide) 1925 2005 [199]
1975 David Henry Solomon Polymer chemist 1929 [200]
1975 Richard Limon Stanton Geologist 1926 [201]
1975 Henry Robert Wallace Plant pathologist 1924 2011 [202]
1975 Irvine Armstrong Watson Agricultural Botany 1914 1986 [203]
1976 Louis Walter Davies Physicist 1923 2001 [204]
1976 Neville Horner Fletcher Physicist 1930 2017 [205]
1976 Joseph Mark Gani Statistician 1924 2016 [206]
1976 Anton Linder Hales Geophysicist (ANU) 1911 2006 [207]
1976 William Hayes Geneticist 1913 1994 [208]
1976 Harry Clive Minnett Radiophysicist 1917 2003 [209]
1976 Jim Peacock Botany, zoology and genetics 1937 [210]
1976 Alan Sargeson Inorganic chemist 1930 2008 [211]
1976 Alan B. Wardrop 1921 2003
1977 Rodney Baxter Physicist specialising in statistical mechanics 1940 [212]
1977 James Alexander Forrest Lawyer, businessman and philanthropist 1905 1990 [213]
1977 Peter William Gage 1937 2005
1977 Chris Heyde Probability, stochastic processes and statistics 1939 2008
1977 Noel Hush Biochemist 1924 [214]
1977 Douglas Geoffrey Lampard 1927 1994
1977 Keith Norrish
1977 George Ernest Rogers
1977 Hugh Bryan Spencer Womersley Phycologist 1922 2011 [5]
1978 Leo Michael Clarebrough Metallurgist 1924 2015 [6]
1978 Robert Donald Bruce Fraser
1978 Berthold Halpern 1923 1980 [215]
1978 Allen Kerr Professor of Plant Pathology (Adelaide) 1926 [216]
1978 Phillip Law Scientist and Antarctic explorer 1912 2010 [217]
1978 Barry William Ninham Physicist 1936 [218]
1978 Charles Barry Osmond
1978 Ian Potter Businessman and philanthropist 1902 1994 [219]
1978 Stuart Ross Taylor Cosmochemistry, planetary science, geochemistry 1925 [220]
1978 Neil Trudinger Mathematician 1942
1978 William Thomas Williams Botanist 1913 1995
1979 Robert Vincent Blanden
1979 William Roderick Blevin
1979 Robert Woodhouse Crompton
1979 Derek Denton Research exploring the nature of consciousness in animals 1924
1979 Brian Gunning Biologist ?
1979 Bruce William Holloway
1979 Alan James Parker 1933 1982 [221][222]
1979 Roger Ian Tanner
1979 Stewart Turner Geophysicist
1980 Martin Arthur Bennett
1980 Alec Baillie Costin
1980 Edward Hughesdon Davis 1920 1981 [223]
1980 James Waldo Lance
1980 Ian McLennan Businessman 1909 1998
1980 Garth Paltridge Atmospheric physicist 1940
1980 John Stewart Pate
1980 Derek William Robinson
1980 John Veysey Sanders 1924 1987 [224]
1980 Geoffrey Bruce Sharman
1981 Richard Brent Mathematician and computer scientist 1946
1981 Gavin Brown 1942 2010
1981 Warren Ewens Mathematician, population geneticist 1937
1981 Ken Freeman Astronomer and astrophysicist 1940
1981 Michael William McElhinny
1981 James Graham McLeod
1981 Lawrence Walter Nichol
1981 Michael Pitman Biologist 1933 2000
1981 Rodney Warren Rickards 1934 2007
1982 Maxwell Richard Bennett
1982 Alexander Boden 1913 1993
1982 Jacob Israelachvili Chemical engineer 1944
1982 John Francis Lovering
1982 Ian Ellery McCarthy 1930 2005
1982 Angus David McEwan
1982 Alan Forrest Reid 1931 2013
1982 Wilfred John Simmonds 1918 1990 [225]
1982 Norman Alan Walker
1982 Wesley Kingston Whitten Professor of reproductive biology (ANU) 1918 2010
1983 Kenton Stewart Campbell Palaeontology (ANU) 1927 2017
1983 Keith David Cole 1929 2010 [226]
1983 Peter Doherty 1940
1983 David Stuart Letham
1983 Lew Mander Organic chemist 1939
1983 Michael Robert Osborne
1983 Stephen John Redman
1983 Leon Simon Mathematician 1945
1983 Robert Henry Symons 1934 2006
1984 Cyril Angus Appleby
1984 Ian Roy Cowan
1984 Hans Freeman 1929 2008
1984 Thomas William Healy
1984 Kurt Lambeck Professor of geophysics (ANU) 1941
1984 William Moran
1984 Donald Charles Morton
1984 Roger Valentine Short
1984 Jonathan Stone
1985 Fraser Bergersen 1929 2011 [227]
1985 Brian Norman Figgis
1985 Douglas Ian McCloskey
1985 Anthony Edward Perry 1937 2001
1985 Eugene Seneta Mathematics and statistics (Sydney)
1985 Allan Snyder
1985 Elizabeth Truswell
1985 Robert Gerard Wake
1985 David Zeidler Chemist and industrialist 1918 1998
1986 Jerry Adams Genetics 1940
1986 John Henry Carver 1926 2004
1986 Suzanne Cory 1942
1986 Robert John Hunter
1986 Lawrie Johnson Taxonomic botanist 1925 1997
1986 Alan Gaius Ramsay McIntosh
1986 Donald Blair Melrose
1986 Cecil Hugh Tyndale-Biscoe
1986 Erich Weigold
1986 John Atherton Young 1936 2004
1987 Jan Anderson Organic chemist and plant biologist 1932 2015 [228]
1987 Colin Russell Austin 1914 2004 [229]
1987 John Philip Chalmers
1987 Peter Hall 1951
1987 Kenneth Gordon McCracken
1987 Bruce Harold John McKellar 1941
1987 Donald Harold Napper
1987 Jack Pettigrew Physiologist (UQ) 1943
1987 Bruce Runnegar Palaeontologist (UCLA) 1941
1988 Brian Manning Johnstone
1988 Harry George Poulos
1988 Maxwell Howard Brennan
1988 Graham Farquhar Biophysicist
1988 Ian McDougall Geochemist
1988 Graham Frank Mitchell
1988 Leo Radom 1944
1988 Edwin Ernest Salpeter 1924 2008
1988 Ernie Tuck Applied mathematician (Adelaide) 1939 2009
1988 Roy Woodall
1989 John Barton Furness
1989 Ross Street
1989 Michael Ian Bruce
1989 Samuel Warren Carey 1911 2002
1989 Peter Malcolm Colman
1989 Marcello Costa
1989 Robert Bruce Knox 1938 1997
1989 Richard Norman Manchester
1989 Graeme Pearman 1941
1989 Raymond John Stalker
1990 Alan Maxwell Bond
1990 Graeme Barry Cox
1990 Ross Henry Day
1990 Martin Green 1948
1990 Roger Hamilton James Grimshaw
1990 Dan Haneman Physicist 1931 2002
1990 Roger Wolcott Richardson Mathematician 1930 1993
1990 Frank Andrew Smith 1940
1990 Tony Thomas Physicist 1949 [230]
1991 Adrienne Clarke 1938
1991 Peter Hannaford
1991 Bruce Edward Hobbs Geophysicist 1936
1991 Shirley Jeffrey 1930 2014
1991 Ian Reay Mackay
1991 Stjepan Marcelja
1991 Geoffrey Donald Thorburn 1930 1996
1991 John White
1992 Michael Barber Mathematics and physics
1992 Anthony Basten
1992 Graeme James Caughley 1937 1994
1992 John Michael Arthur Chappell
1992 Robert Leith Dewar
1992 Robert Henry Frater
1992 Ken Myer Patron of the arts, humanities and sciences 1921 1992
1992 Jeremy David Pickett-Heaps
1992 Sever Sternhell 1930
1992 Ann Woolcock 1937 2001 [231]
1993 David Boger
1993 William Francis Budd
1993 Antony Wilks Burgess
1993 Michael Cowling 1949
1993 Ronald Ekers 1941
1993 Daniel Carleton Gajdusek 1923 2008
1993 Adrian John Gibbs
1993 George David Scarcliffe Hirst
1993 Jörg Imberger
1993 Leonard Francis Lindoy
1993 Robert Alexander McIntosh
1993 Ian Sloan 1938
1993 Maxwell John Whitten
1993 Robyn Williams 1944
1994 Christopher Ash Mathematician 1945 1995 [232]
1994 Henry George Burger
1994 Denis Evans 1951
1994 Bob Gilbert Chemist (UQ) 1946
1994 Brian Leslie Norman Kennett
1994 Anthony George Klein
1994 John Moore Engineer 1941 2013
1994 Geoffrey Opat Physicist 1935 2002 [233]
1994 John Passioura
1994 John Shine 1946
1994 Antony Underwood
1994 Joseph Tony Wiskich
1995 John Robert Booker 1942 1998 [234]
1995 David James Burke
1995 Elizabeth Dennis Plant biology 1943
1995 Ashley Roger Dunn
1995 Francis Patrick Larkins
1995 Edward Maslen 1935 1997 [235]
1995 Arthur James McComb
1995 David Pegg Physicist
1995 Mandyam Veerambudi Srinivasan Bioengineer, neuroscience (UQ)
1995 Colin John Thompson
1995 Ian Walter Boothroyd Thornton 1926 2002 [236]
1995 John Veevers 1930
1996 Jeremy James Burdon
1996 James Alexander Angus
1996 Edward Norman Dancer
1996 Pierre-Gilles de Gennes 1932 2007
1996 David de Kretser 1939
1996 Mike Dopita
1996 Leslie David Field
1996 Graeme John Jameson
1996 Barry Jones 1932
1996 David Kemp Plant geneticist and parasitologist 1945 2013 [237]
1996 Oliver Mayo
1996 Phillip Lyle McFadden
1996 Nicos Anthony Nicola Biochemist (UQ)
1996 Cheryl Praeger 1948
1997 Robin Anthony Bedding
1997 Ian Gordon Dance
1997 George Dennis Dracoulis 1944 2014 [238][239]
1997 Graham Clifford Goodwin 1945 [240]
1997 Adrienne Ruth Hardham
1997 Philip William Kuchel
1997 Trevor John McDougall
1997 Brendan McKay 1951
1997 Elspeth McLachlan 1942
1997 Rupert Myers 1921
1997 Marilyn Bernice Renfree
1997 Colin Sullivan Physician
1997 Grant Robert Sutherland
1998 Gustav Isaac Lehrer
1998 Thomas John Andrews
1998 Bruce William Chappell 1956 2012 [241]
1998 Graeme Clark Doctor 1935
1998 Robert Delbourgo
1998 David Michael Doddrell Chemist (UQ)
1998 Simon Charles Gandevia
1998 John Kerr Pathologist (UQ) 1934
1998 Thomas John Martin
1998 Jeremy Mould 1949
1998 Roger Everett Summons
1998 Rodney Stuart Tucker
1998 James Francis Williams
1999 Jenny Graves
1999 Colin Rogers
1999 Andrew John Ward Gleadow
1999 Barry Marshall 1951
1999 Colin Louis Masters
1999 John Alexander McKenzie
1999 Gerard James Milburn Quantum physicist (UQ)
1999 Michael Paddon-Row
1999 Nhan Phan-Thien
1999 Kenneth Douglas Shortman
1999 Dimitrie George Stephenson
1999 Robert Oliver Watts
2000 Bruce Konrad Armstrong
2000 Adrian Baddeley Statistics 1955
2000 Robin Batterham 1941
2000 Julie Hazel Campbell Vascular biologist (UQ) 1946
2000 Victor Vilevich Flambaum
2000 Bruce Ernest Kemp
2000 Keith Nugent 1959
2000 Mark Felton Randolph
2000 Peter Richard Reeves
2000 Richard Robson Chemist
2000 Lesley Joy Rogers
2000 Joseph Sambrook 1939
2000 Curt Wentrup Chemist (UQ)
2001 Paul Gerard McCormick
2001 Allan James Canty
2001 Bob Clark Physics
2001 Andrew Cockburn Ornithologist
2001 Max Coltheart
2001 Alan Frederick Cowman
2001 Maxwell John Crossley
2001 Ross William Griffiths
2001 Patrick George Holt
2001 Terry Hughes Ecology 1956 Laureate Fellow
2001 Yiu-Wing Mai [242][243]
2001 Ian Mackay Ritchie 2014 [244]
2001 Vicki Rubian Sara 1946
2001 Sarah Elizabeth Smith 1941
2001 Terry Speed 1943
2001 Richard Edward Williamson
2002 Mike Archer Paleontologist 1945
2002 Murray Esler 1944
2002 Robin John Evans
2002 Chris Goodnow 1959
2002 Robert Michael Graham
2002 Anthony John Guttmann
2002 John Edward Hutchinson
2002 John Viggo Jacobsen
2002 Yuri Kivshar
2002 Pauline Ladiges Botanist
2002 Eugenie Ruth Lumbers Cardiovascular physiologist (UQ)
2002 Suzanne O'Reilly Geology 1946
2002 Ezio Rizzardo
2002 Tamarapu Sridhar
2002 Fiona Stanley Epidemiologist 1946 [245]
2002 Robert Lyndsay Sutherland 1947 2012 [246]
2003 Maria Orlowska Computer scientist (UQ) 1951 [247]
2003 Perry Francis Bartlett Neuroscientist (UQ)
2003 Robert William Bilger Professor of Mechanical Engineering (Sydney) 1936 2015 [248]
2003 Rossiter Henry Crozier Geneticist 1943 2009 [249]
2003 Peter David Drummond Physics (UQ)
2003 David Ian Groves
2003 Michael John Hynes
2003 Frederick Arthur Oscar Mendelsohn
2003 J. Hyam Rubinstein
2003 Richard Shine 1950
2003 Andreas Strasser
2003 Stephen Donald Tyerman
2003 David Laurence Vaux
2003 Mark von Itzstein Carbohydrate scientist (UQ) [250]
2003 Stanley Bruce Wild
2003 James Stanislaus Williams
2004 Thomas Joseph Higgins
2004 Robert Anthony Antonia
2004 Martin Banwell 1954
2004 Robert Bartnik
2004 Robert Charles Baxter
2004 Matthew Malcolm Colless
2004 David Ian Cook
2004 Christopher John Easton
2004 Peter John Forrester
2004 Ian Frazer Immunologist (UQ) 1953
2004 Paul Raymond Haddad
2004 Doug Hilton 1964
2004 Richard Hobbs
2004 Ary Anthony Hoffmann
2004 Ramamohanarao Kotagiri
2004 Malcolm Thomas McCulloch
2004 Nancy Millis 1922 2012
2004 John Theodore Ralph
2004 David Robert Smyth
2004 Robert Alan Vincent
2004 Malcolm Ross Walter
2004 Marelyn Wintour-Coghlan
2005 Samuel Berkovic Medicine (Melbourne) [251]
2005 Michael George Eastwood Mathematics (Adelaide) [251]
2005 Jeff Ellis CSIRO plant industry, Canberra 1953 [251]
2005 Jorgen Frederiksen CSIRO atmospheric research, Victoria [251][252]
2005 Franz Grieser Chemistry (Melbourne) [251][253][254]
2005 Ruth Hall Molecular and microbial biosciences (Sydney) 1945 [251]
2005 Mark Harrison Earth sciences (ANU) [251][255]
2005 Richard Hartley Information science and engineering (ANU) [251][256]
2005 Robin Holliday Genetics 1932 2014 [251][257]
2005 Stephen Hyde Applied mathematics (ANU) [251]
2005 Chennupati Jagadish Electronic materials engineering (ANU) [251][258]
2005 Trevor Lamb Neuroscience (ANU) [251][259]
2005 Geoffrey McFadden Botany (Melbourne) [251][260]
2005 Amnon Neeman Mathematics (ANU) [251][261]
2005 Hugh Possingham The Ecology Centre (UQ) 1962 [251]
2005 John Ralston Chemistry and minerals (UniSA) [251][262][263]
2006 David Grant Allen Physiology (Sydney) [264][265]
2006 Brian John Boyle Cosmologist (CSIRO ATNF) [264]
2006 Mark Burgman Botany (Melbourne) [264]
2006 David Celermajer Cardiology (RPAH/Sydney) [264][266]
2006 Barry Egan Biomedical science (Adelaide) [264][267]
2006 Lorenzo Faraone Electrical engineering (UWA) [264][268]
2006 David John Hinde Nuclear physics (ANU) [264][269]
2006 Andrew Holmes Organic chemist 1943 [264]
2006 Brian Herbert Kay Entomologist [264][270]
2006 Roger Powell Geologist [264][271]
2006 Stephen Rich Rintoul Oceanography and climate science (CSIRO) [264]
2006 Igor Shparlinski Number theory [264][272]
2006 Michelle Simmons Nanotechnology, quantum electronic devices [264][273]
2006 Evan Rutherford Simpson Steroid hormone physiology [264][274]
2006 Jonathan Sprent Cellular immunology [264]
2006 Susanne von Caemmerer Plant physiology and biochemistry [264][275]
2006 Robin Warren Clinical pathology (Helicobacter pylori – Nobel laureate) 1937 [264]
2006 John Zillman Meteorology and science policy 1939 [264]
2007 David Albert Cooper HIV/AIDS [276]
2007 Ian William Dawes Genetics [276]
2007 John Joseph Finnigan Complex systems science [276]
2007 Min Gu Optoelectronics [276]
2007 Richard Paul Harvey Cardiac research (Victor Chang) [276]
2007 David John Hill Information engineering (ANU) [276]
2007 John Joseph Hopwood Lysosomal diseases research [276]
2007 Ian Douglas Hume Biological sciences [276]
2007 David James Cell biologist 1958 [276]
2007 Peter Andrew Lay Inorganic chemistry (Sydney) [276]
2007 Douglas Robert MacFarlane Chemistry (Monash) [276]
2007 Rana Ellen Munns CSIRO plant industry [276]
2007 Stephen James Simpson Biological sciences (Sydney) [276]
2007 Scott W. Sloan Civil engineering (Newcastle) [276]
2007 Gordon Wallace Intelligent polymer research 1958 [276]
2007 Alan Hepburn Welsh Mathematics (ANU) [276]
2008 Antony Bacic Botanist [277][278]
2008 Murray Badger Biologist [277][279]
2008 Rod Boswell Plasma physics [277][280]
2008 William Heath Immunologist [277][281]
2008 Nalini Joshi Mathematics [277][282]
2008 Peter Koopman Biology, molecular genetics (UQ) [277][283]
2008 David Lindenmayer Ecologist [277]
2008 Nicholas Martin Psychology (UQ) [277][284]
2008 John Mattick Molecular biology (UQ) 1950 [277]
2008 Bridget Ogilvie Parasitology 1938 [277]
2008 Hugh O'Neill Mineral thermodynamics [277][285]
2008 Brian Schmidt Cosmology 1967 [277]
2008 Patrick Tam Mammalian embryonic development [277][286]
2008 Geoffrey Tregear Peptide synthesis [277][287]
2008 Matthew Wand Mathematics and statistics [277][288]
2008 Sven Warnaar Mathematics and statistics [277][289]
2008 Howard Wiseman Quantum measurement (UQ) 1968 [277]
2009 Marilyn Ball [290]
2009 John Carter [290]
2009 Frank Caruso [290]
2009 Kong-Hong Andy Choo [290]
2009 Warrick Couch 1954 [290]
2009 Hugh Durrant-Whyte [290]
2009 Charles Mackay [290]
2009 Paul Mulvaney [290]
2009 Robert Parton Biochemist (UQ) [290]
2009 George Paxinos Neuroscientist 1944 [290]
2009 Michael Raupach Climate scientist 1950 2015 [290][291]
2009 Leigh Simmons [290]
2009 Xu-Jia Wang Mathematician 1963 [290]
2009 Peter Waterhouse [290][292]
2009 Mark Westoby [290]
2009 Raymond Withers [290]
2010 Vladimir Bazhanov Physics [293][294]
2010 Jonathan Borwein Mathematics 1951 2016 [293][295]
2010 Francis Carbone Immunology [293][296]
2010 Allan Chivas Geology [293][297]
2010 Marianne Frommer [293][298]
2010 Trevor Lithgow Genetics [293][299]
2010 John Oakshott Biology [293][300]
2010 Scott O'Neill Biology (UQ) [293][301][302]
2010 John O'Sullivan Digital signal processing [293][303]
2010 Michael Parker [293][304]
2010 Steven Prawer [293][305]
2010 Robert Pressey [293][306]
2010 Roger Reddel [293][307]
2010 Jeffrey Reimers Chemistry [293][308]
2010 Elaine Sadler Astrophysics [293][309]
2010 Peter Visscher Genetics (UQ) [293][310]
2010 Raymond Volkas Physics [293][311]
2011 John Aitken Reproductive scientist [312][313]
2011 Marilyn Anderson Biochemist [312][314]
2011 David Black Chemist [312][315]
2011 Mark Blows Geneticist (UQ) [312][316][317]
2011 Mahananda Dasgupta Physicist [312][318]
2011 Michael Goddard Geneticist [312][319]
2011 Trevor Hambley Bioinorganic chemist [312][320]
2011 Staffan Kjelleberg Microbial ecologist [312][321]
2011 Thomas Maschmeyer Catalysis [312][322]
2011 Ross Campbell McPhedran Wave scientist [312][323]
2011 Joseph Monaghan Astrophysicist [312][324]
2011 Ian Petersen Control theory [312][325]
2011 Robert Pressey [312][326]
2011 Mathai Varghese Geometric analysist [312][327]
2011 Colin Ward Chemist [312][328]
2011 Emma Whitelaw Epigeneticist [312][329]
2011 George Williams Earth and planetary scientist [312][330]
2011 Aibing Yu Particle scientist [312][331]
2012 Michael Alpers Centre for International Health, Curtin University [332][333]
2012 Joss Bland-Hawthorn [332][334]
2012 Paul Burn Chemist (UQ) [332][335]
2012 John Church [332][336]
2012 Patrick De Dekker [332][337]
2012 Peter Dodds [332][338]
2012 John Endler [332][339]
2012 Tim Flannery [332][340]
2012 Johannes Lambers [332][341]
2012 Stephen MacMahon [332][342]
2012 James McCluskey [332][343]
2012 Graeme Moad Polymer chemist [332][344]
2012 Tanya Monro Photonics 1973 [332][345][346]
2012 John Norris Astronomer [332][347]
2012 Stephen Powles [332][348]
2012 Louise Ryan Statistician [332][349]
2012 Frances Separovic Biophysical chemist [332][350]
2012 Greg Stuart [332][351]
2012 Michael Tobar [332][352]
2012 Jane Visvader [332][353]
2012 Robert Williamson [332][354]
2013 Benjamin Andrews Mathematician [355][356]
2013 Matthew Brown Genetics (UQ) [355][357][358]
2013 David Craik Biological chemist (UQ) [355][358][359]
2013 David Day Plant mitochondrial respiration [355][360]
2013 Yuri Estrin Materials science [355][361]
2013 John Evans [355][362]
2013 Bryan Gaensler [355][363]
2013 Andrew Hassell Mathematical analyst [355][364]
2013 Ove Hoegh-Guldberg Biologist (UQ) 1959 [355][358][365]
2013 Ian Jackson [355][366]
2013 Sharad Kumar [355][367]
2013 Max Lu Chemical engineer and nanotechnology (UQ) [355][358][368]
2013 Boris Martinac [355][369]
2013 James Paton Pathogenesis and prevention of bacterial infectious diseases [355][370]
2013 Richard Richards [355][371]
2013 Michael Sandiford Geologist [355][372]
2013 Geoffrey Taylor Physicist [355][373]
2013 Brian Walker Ecologist [355][374]
2013 Andrew White Quantum physics (UQ) [355][375][376]
2013 Bryan Williams [355][377]
2014 Rose Amal Photocatalysis [378][379]
2014 Hans Bachor Quantum and classical optics [378][380]
2014 John Bowman Plant genetics [378][381]
2014 Alan Carey Pure mathematics [378][382]
2014 Georgia Chenevix-Trench Genetics [378][383]
2014 Michelle Coote Computer-aided chemical design [378][384]
2014 Matthew England Ocean modeller [378][385]
2014 Jean Finnegan Botanist [378][386]
2014 Peter Gill Quantum chemistry [378][387]
2014 Barbara Howlett [378][388]
2014 Lisa Kewley Cosmic chemical and star-formation history of the universe [378][389]
2014 Hanna Kokko Ecology and evolutionary biology 1971 [378][390]
2014 Catherine Livingstone [378][391]
2014 Angel Lopez [378][392]
2014 Ivan Marusic Fluid mechanics [378][393]
2014 John Miners [378][394]
2014 Craig Moritz Evolutional biology [378][395]
2014 Margaret Reid [378][396]
2014 Jamie Rossjohn [378][397]
2014 Ingrid Scheffer Human molecular genetics [378][398]
2014 George Willis Mathematics [378][399]
2015 Martin Asplund Solar and stellar physics [400][401]
2015 Peter Leslie Bartlett Computer science and statistics [400][402]
2015 Christine Anne Beveridge Hormonal control of plant development (UQ) [400][403][404]
2015 Jenefer Mary Blackwell [400][405]
2015 Christine Charles [400][406]
2015 Susan Joy Clark [400][407]
2015 Maria Forsyth [400][408]
2015 Julian David Gale [400][409]
2015 Edward C. Holmes [400][410]
2015 Wendy Elizabeth Hoy Kidney disease (UQ) [400][403][411]
2015 William Frederick Laurance [400][412]
2015 Helene Denise Marsh [400][413]
2015 Geoffrey John McLachlan Statistical science (UQ) [400][403][414]
2015 Michael John McLaughlin [400][415]
2015 Linda Richards Neurobiology (UQ) [400][403][416]
2015 Malcolm Scott Sambridge [400][417]
2015 Ian David Small [400][418]
2015 San Hoa Thang [400][419]
2015 Carola Vinuesa [400][420]
2015 Michael John Waters Growth hormone (UQ) [400][403][421]
2015 Zygmunt Edward Switkowski [400][422]
2016 Ian Allison Glaciologist [423][424]
2016 David Bellwood Ecologist [423][425]
2016 Ben Eggleton Nanohotonics and optical physics [423][426]
2016 Geoff Fincher Cereal chemistry [423][427]
2016 Alan Finkel [423][428]
2016 Simon Foote [423][429]
2016 Justin Gooding [423][430]
2016 John Kirkegaard Agricultural scientist [423][431]
2016 Anna Koltunow Plant reproduction [423][432]
2016 Geoff Lindeman [423][433]
2016 Alex McBratney Soil scientist [423][434]
2016 Patrick McGorry [423][435]
2016 Neville Nicholls [423][436]
2016 Stephen Nutt [423][437]
2016 Sarah Robertson Reproductive biologist [423][438]
2016 Halina Rubinsztein-Dunlop Laser physicist (UQ) 1950 [423][439][440]
2016 Susan Scott General relativity and gravitational wave science [423][441]
2016 Daniela Stock Structural biologist [423][442]
2016 Fedor Sukochev [423][443]
2016 Toby Walsh Artificial intelligence 1964 [423][444]
2016 Naomi Wray Statistical geneticist (UQ) [423][439][445]
2017 Igor Bray Atomic and molecular collision physics [446][447]
2017 Ian Chubb Chief Scientist of Australia 1943 [446][448]
2017 Tom Davis Polymer science, synthetic chemistry [446][449]
2017 Jane Elith Ecologist [446][450]
2017 David Gardner Embryologist [446][451]
2017 Jozef Gécz Human molecular geneticist [446][452]
2017 Karl Glazebrook Astronomer 1965 [446][453]
2017 Anita Hill Materials and process engineering [446][454]
2017 Philip Hugenholtz Microbiologist (UQ) [446][455]
2017 Cameron Jones Modern main group chemistry [446][456]
2017 Evans Lagudah Plant genecicist [446][457]
2017 Melissa Little Kidney development research [446][458]
2017 Jennifer Martin Protein crystallographer [446][459]
2017 Dietmar Müller Geoscience [446][460]
2017 John Patrick Plant nutrient transport [446][461]
2017 Tim Ralph Quantum information science (UQ) [446][462]
2017 Lois Salamonsen Human fertility/infertility [446][463]
2017 Mark Smyth Tumour immunology [446][464]
2017 John Volkman Lipid biomarkers [446][465]
2017 Branka Vucetic Coding theory [446][466]
2017 Nicholas Wormald Mathematician [446][467]
2018 Alan Andersen Ecologist [468][469]
2018 David Blair Experimental physicist [468][470]
2018 David Bowtell Ovarian cancer and genomics researcher [468][471]
2018 Jennie Brand-Miller Glycaemic index [468][472]
2018 Richard Bryant Early psychological responses to trauma [468][473]
2018 Peter Cawood Geologist [468][474]
2018 Noel Cressie Spatial statistics [468][475]
2018 Christopher Dickman Ecologist [468][476]
2018 Gregory Goodall Biology of RNA and cancer progression [468][477]
2018 Kliti Grice Organic geochemist [468][478]
2018 Lloyd Hollenberg Quantum information scientist [468][479]
2018 Anne Kelso Biomedical researcher [468][480]
2018 Bostjan Kobe Structural biologist [468][481]
2018 Kerrie Mengersen Bayesian statistician [468][482]
2018 Colin Raston Vortex Fluidic Device [468][483]
2018 Veena Sahajwalla Materials scientist and engineer [468][484]
2018 Martina Stenzel Polymer chemistry [468][485]
2018 Dacheng Tao Artificial intelligence, computer vision image processing and machine learning [468][486]
2018 Joseph Trapani Immunologist [468][487]
2018 Rachel Webster Astrophysicist specialising in gravitational lensing [468][488]
2018 Geordie Williamson Mathematician specialising in the geometric representation theory [468][489]
xxxx John Gatenby Bolton resigned 1980 1922 1993
1977 John Cornforth 1917 2013 Corresponding
1982 Frederick Sanger 1918 2013 Corresponding
1983 Henry Harris 1925 2014 Corresponding
1985 Edward Slater Boichemist 1917 2016 Corresponding[490]
1986 Jean Bernard French physician and haematologist 1907 2006 Corresponding
1986 Olle E. Bjorkman Corresponding
1990 Peter H. Raven 1936 Corresponding
1991 Robert May 1936 Corresponding
1992 Michael Atiyah 1929 Corresponding
1992 Vaughan Jones 1952 Corresponding
1996 Rolf Martin Zinkernagel 1944 Corresponding
1999 Bertil Anderson Corresponding
1999 Ronald Oxburgh 1934 Corresponding
2002 Joseph Hurd Connell 1923 Corresponding
2002 Charles Krebs 1936 Corresponding
2004 John S. Boyer Corresponding
2004 Gunnar Öquist 1941 Corresponding
2005 Marc Feldmann 1944 Corresponding
2005 Yongxiang Lu Corresponding
2006 Rodney Brooks Robotics and computer science 1954 Corresponding
2006 Terry Tao Mathematician 1975 Corresponding
2007 Elizabeth Blackburn 1948 Corresponding
2007 Michael James David Powell 1936 2015 Corresponding
2008 David Attenborough Broadcaster and naturalist 1926 Corresponding[491]
2008 A. David Buckingham 1930 Corresponding[492]
2011 John Dewey Corresponding[493]
2012 Bruce William Stillman 1953 Corresponding[494]
2012 Brian Lawn Corresponding[495]
2013 Chunli Bai 1953 Corresponding[496]
2013 Birger Moller Corresponding[497]
2014 Philip Cohen Biochemist 1945 Corresponding[498]
2015 Jill Banfield Geomicrobiologist and biogeochemist Corresponding[499]
2015 C N R Rao 1934 Corresponding[500]
2016 Matthias Hentze 1960 Corresponding[501]
2016 John C. H. Spence Corresponding[502]

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