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The ACD recognises excellence and outstanding contributions to dermatology by our Fellows and Trainees through a number of grants and awards offered each year to enable Fellows, Trainees and researchers to be supported throughout Australia. 

Grants

About the Award: The Australasian College of Dermatologists (ACD) is administering a research grant on behalf of Eczema Association of Australasia Inc to support and promote the undertaking of research by Fellows and Trainees of the ACD in Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema.  

Type: Research Grant

For: Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema research projects

Amount: TBC

Application Open: TBC

Application Close: TBC

Eligibility Criteria:  

  • Fellows and Trainees of the Australasian College of Dermatologists
  • Research must be undertaken in Australia for the benefit of Australians.
  • Funds will be administered to a single institution although the project itself can be collaborative and multi-institutional.
  • Projects must investigate clinical, scientific, health services or related research outcomes focusing on Atopic Dermatitis/Eczema.
  • Projects can be based on new or existing research.

Grant Conditions: Duration of up to 2 years. A report should be submitted on conclusion of the project. Appropriate acknowledgement of the grant should be made in any such publications. 

How to Apply: Download the application guide, marking criteria and application form. Please note, that these resources will become available closer to the grant opening.

Application Guide    Marking Criteria    Application Form

The Scientific Research Fund Grant has been established to support research projects in dermatology. The goals of the Grant are to:

  1. Promote, develop, foster, and support research projects in clinical, scientific, health services or related research outcomes in dermatology.
  2. Provide funds to other institutions or organisations provided such funds are applied exclusively for the purposes of promoting, developing, fostering, and supporting research into Dermatology or allied or associated sciences.
  3. Encourage and assist research into sciences allied or associated with Dermatology.

Type: Research Grant

For: Dermatological research projects

Who’s Eligible: Fellows of the Australasian College of Dermatologists

Amount: $50,000

Application Open: 13 May 2024

Application Close: 16 June 2024

Criteria for Eligibility: See Application Guide. 

Award Conditions: A report should be submitted on conclusion of the project for publication, where possible. Appropriate acknowledgement of the grant should be made in any such publications.

How to Apply: 

Application Guide  Marking Criteria  Application Form

Past Recipients

2023

A/Prof Amanda Saracino

2022

A/Prof Johannes Kern, Prof Nikolas Haass

2021

A/Prof Erin McMeniman

2020

A/Prof Johannes Kern

2019

Dr Louise Photiou

2018

Prof Shyamala Huilgol, ProfNikolas Haass

2017

Dr Amanda Saracino, Dr Johannes Kern

2016

Dr Mitchell Stark, Dr Shirley Potter

2015

A/Prof Guy Lyons, Dr Philip Tong

2014

A/Prof Gayle Fischer, Dr Rosemary Nixon

2013

A/Prof Kiarash Khosrotehrani, Prof Wolfgang Weninger

2012

Prof Diona Damian, Dr Jatin Patel

2011

Dr Margot Whitfeld, A/Prof Diona Damian

2010

A/Prof Kiarash Khosrotehrani, Dr Mathieu Rodero

2009

A/Prof Gayle Fischer

2008

A/Prof Stephen Gilmore

2007

Prof Rodney Sinclair

2006

Not awarded

2005

Not awarded

2004

Dr Rodney Sinclair, Dr Margot Whitfeld

2003

Prof Robin Marks

2002

Dr Con Dolianitis, Dr Rodney Sinclair

Type: Trainee Grant

For: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Trainees

Who’s Eligible: College trainees identifying as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.
Preference is given to trainees in their final year of the training program, eligible to be awarded once only.

Where there are two or more eligible trainees, it is at the discretion of the ACD Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Committee to determine the recipient.

Amount: up to $10,000, granted annually

Applications Open: TBA

Applications Close: TBA

About the Grant: Janssen provides Educational and Medical Grants to healthcare related organisations. Since 2019, Janssen has provided grant funds to the ACD for this educational grant to assist College in supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander trainees achieve their educational goals of Fellowship.

Administered by the ACD Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Committee, this grant recognises the importance of fostering the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander specialist dermatology workforce and improving skin health outcomes in Indigenous communities.

Criteria for Eligibility:
1. Be a trainee enrolled in the ACD trainee program, working towards their Fellowship
2. Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander

Award Conditions: The grant can only be spent towards the trainee’s educational expenses and completion of training. This includes:

  • Cost of examinations
    • Cost for training fees
    • Cost for conference (to cover registration, flights, accommodation and expenses)
    • Other educational resources or equipment

The recipient must advise College on how the funds will be expended.
As this is an educational grant, there are no obligations for the recipient to acknowledge the funder in publications, presentations or other forums.

The College has established an award for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students and junior doctors to attend the College’s Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM).

The Award aims to provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students and junior doctors with an interest in dermatology with the following opportunities:

  • Access to the educational program at the ASM
  • Professional networking with College Fellows, registrars and other healthcare workers associated with the field of dermatology
  • Introduction to the educational and collegial activities of the Australasian College of Dermatologists.

The Award: There are two categories of Award:

  • Registration for the ASM. Travel and accommodation costs up to $1,000.
  • Registration for the ASM only.

Application deadline: Applications for the 2024 Award have closed.

Criteria for Eligibility: Applicants must be medical students or junior doctors who identify as being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander.

Previous recipients are eligible and invited to apply however preference may be given to applicants who have not received the Award previously. 

Award Conditions: On conclusion of the ASM, Award recipients are required to write a letter to the College’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Committee with a post-conference report of approximately 500 words, which may be published by the College either in print or on its website.

How to Apply: Applications must be submitted by the closing date and include:

  1. Completed application form
  2. A letter from the applicant to the College’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Committee of no more than 500 words, outlining:
    • Your interest in dermatology
    • How you believe attendance at the ACD ASM will be of professional benefit to you
    • Your interest, involvement and aspirations in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health
  3. A Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  4. One letter of reference (from a supervisor)
  5. The name and phone number of one other referee
  6. Confirmation of Aboriginality from an incorporated Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander organisation, presented on official letterhead and signed by an authorised and contactable person.

The College’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Committee will assess applications and decide the Award recipients and category of Award.

Type: Trainee Grant

For: Trainee to attend the Annual Conference of the New Zealand Dermatological Society

Who’s Eligible: ACD Trainees for each alternate year (2016, 2018, 2020 etc)

Amount: Up to $2,000

Application Open: 5 February 2024

Application Close: 30 May 2024

About the Grant: The Trans-Tasman Exchange Scholarship was established by the Australasian College of Dermatologists and the New Zealand Dermatological Society in 2001 to enable attendance at each association’s Annual Scientific Meeting. The scholarship is awarded alternately by the two associations.

Criteria for Eligibility: Provide an abstract that meets the NZDSi guidelines (refer to Abstract Guidelines below).

The Award: The cost of one return economy airfare between the recipient’s home city and the conference city, and accommodation during the meeting. The total value of the scholarship does not exceed AU$2,000. The registration fee of the Annual Scientific Meeting will be waived.

Award Conditions: The recipient is required to present their accepted paper at the 2025 New Zealand Dermatological Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting and to provide the College with a report of the conference on return.

How to Apply: Applications should include a letter to the Meeting & Events Oversight Group setting out reasons as to why they should be selected and a copy of their abstract. Submit your application via the ‘Apply Now’ button below.

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PAST RECIPIENTS

2023

Dr Leah Jones (NZDS)

2022

Dr Emily Shao

2021

Dr Jenny Chung (NZDS)

2020

Dr Tom Kovitwanichkanont

2019

Dr AJ Sykes (NZDS)

2018

Dr Sara De Menezes

2017

Dr Helen Gordon (NZDSi)

2016

Not awarded

2015

Dr Peggy Chen (NZDS)

2014

Dr Matthew Lin

2013

Dr Chin Yun Lin (NZDS)

2012

Not awarded

2011

Dr Ritva Vyas (NZDS)

2010

Not awarded

2009

Dr Diana Purvis (NZDS)

2008

Dr Brad Jones (ACD)

2007

Dr Ben Tallon (NZDS)

2006

Dr Wendy Liu (ACD)

2005

Not awarded

2004

Dr Alex Chamberlain (ACD)

2003

Dr Amy Stanway (NZDS)

2002

Dr Adrian Lim (ACD)

Fellow Meritorious Awards

Is the highest award of the College which is given to Fellows who, in the opinion of the Board, have rendered many years of signal and valuable service to College and distinguished service to dermatology.

PAST RECIPIENTS
2023

Prof Diona Damian, A/Prof Margot Whitfeld, A/Prof Gillian Marshman, Dr Clare Tait,

Prof Saxon Smith (Posthumous)

2022Prof Ingrid Winship AO, Prof Peter Soyer, Cl.A/Prof Chris Commens
2021A/Assoc Prof David Francis, Dr Mei Mui Tam
2020Dr William Ryman
2019A/Prof Andrew Miller AM
2018Dr Ian McCrossin, A/Prof Orli Wargon
2017A/Prof Chris Baker
2016Dr James Butler AM, A/Prof Rosemary Nixon, Dr John Sippe, A/Prof Stephen Shumack OAM
2015A/Prof Gayle Fischer
2014Prof Alan Cooper, A/Prof Anne Howard, Dr Warren Weightman
2013Dr Rodney Sheaves (immediate past CEO)
2011Dr Glenda Wood
2010Dr Anthony D. White
2009Prof. Ross Barnetson
2008Dr Delwyn Dyall-Smith, A/Prof Robert Paver
2007A/Prof Steven Kossard, Dr Susanne Freeman
2006Dr Dudley Hill
2005Dr John Auld
2004Prof Robin Marks, Dr Maureen Rogers
2003Dr James Rohr, Dr Alan Watson
2002David Nurse
2001Dr Eric Taft AM
2000Dr Richard Armati, Prof Graeme Beardmore, Dr Lance Joseph Cains, Dr William Alexander Land, AM
1999Dr Lewsbe Abbott, Dr John Brenan, Dr William Regan, The late Dr Ian Stahle
1993Dr Geoffrey Hunter

This award is given in recognition of significant lifetime contribution to dermatology clinical or academic research.

PAST RECIPIENTS

2023

A/Prof Peter Foley

2022

Prof Pablo Fernandez-Penas

2021

Prof Gayle Fischer OAM

2020

Prof Diona Damian

2019

Prof Shyamala Huilgol

2018

Prof Peter Soyer

2017

Prof John W Kelly

2016

Prof Gary Halliday

This award is given in recognition of contribution to international dermatology outreach, either through delivery of services, training or mentoring of health professionals or other contributions that have directly or indirectly benefited patients in developing countries.

PAST RECIPIENTS

2020

Dr Claire Grills

2019

Prof Prasad Kumarasinghe

2018

A/Prof Gillian Marshman

2017

Dr Margot Whitfeld

2016

Dr Tim O’Brien

This award was established in 2009 in memory of the late Mervyn Gold, OAM, of Rockhampton, Queensland. The award is to recognise the lifetime contribution of Fellows to rural and regional dermatology services.

PAST RECIPIENTS

2023

Dr Lachlan Warren, Dr Vincent O’Brien

2022

Dr Ken Gudmundsen, A/Prof Mike Sladden

2021

Dr Gordon Rennick

2020

Dr Perry Wilson

2019

Dr Irene Grigoris

2018

Dr Deborah Holt

2017

Dr Lloyd Hale

2016

Dr Neville Collins, Dr Ian McCrossin

2015

Dr John Coates

2014

Dr Roderick Peek

2013

Dr James Rohr

2012

Dr Terence Connors

2011

Dr Ian Hamann

2010

Dr Colin Parker

2009

Prof Robert Miller

This award is given to Fellows who have rendered meritorious service to College. This includes contribution to teaching, mentoring, commitment to College operations or governance, or other considerable contribution that has benefited College and the profession.

PAST RECIPIENTS

2023

Dr Leith Banney, Dr Catherine Drummond, Dr Marshall Hanna, Dr Daniel Hewitt. Dr Emma Haverhoek,

Dr Ian Hamann, Dr Simon Lee, Dr Adrian Mar, Dr Shireen Sidhu, Dr Li-Chuen Wong

2022

Dr Andrew Jevtic, A/Prof Greg Siller, Dr Phillip Artermi, Dr Mark Healsmith, Dr Catherine Faulkner

2021

Dr Douglas Gin, Dr Adrian Lim, Dr Jane Woods, Dr Monisha Gupta, Dr Paul Chee, Dr John Su

2020

Dr Kerry Crotty, Assoc Prof Rob Kelly, Dr Karen Koh, Dr Lynda Spelman, Dr Bruce Tate

2019

A/Prof Geoff Cains, Dr Peter Cowen, Dr Anne Lewis, Dr Cornelius Meehan, Cl A/Prof Saxon Smith,

Dr Julie Wesley (posthumous)

2018

Dr Philip Bekhor, A/Prof Peter Foley, Dr Anne Halbert, Dr Shawn Richards, Dr Howard Studniberg

2017

Dr Ivan Simmons, Cl A/Prof Carl Vincuillo, Dr Terence Casey

2016

Dr Pamela Brown, Dr Judith Cole. Dr David Cook, Dr Alan Donnelly, Dr Timothy Elliott, A/Prof Greg Goodman, Dr Jeremy Horton, Dr Gillian Marshman, Dr Jennifer Menz, Dr Catherine Reid, Dr Michael Rich, Dr Ivan Robertson, Cl A/Prof Duncan Stanford, Dr Clare Tait, Dr Lachlan Warren

2015

Dr Patricia Lowe, Dr Leon Wall

2014

Dr Harvey Rotstein (posthumous), Prof. George Varigos

2013

Ms Rosie Cavaleri

2012

Dr Mei Mui Tam

2009

Dr John Coates, Dr Stephen Shumack

2008

Dr Caroline Mercer, Ms Rosie Cavaleri

2006

Cl. A/Profesor Stephen Lee, Dr Warren Weightman

2002

Dr Mervyn Gold, Dr John Auld, Prof Peter Hersey, Emeritus Prof Gerald Milton AO, Prof David Weedon AO

2002

Dr John Haworth Allison, Dr Frederick Edwin Anderson, Dr Lancelot McCready Armstrong, Dr Brian Harold Bartlett, Dr John Seymour Brooks, Dr Denis Morley Clarke, Dr Howard Presswood Coats, Dr Anthony Earl Cronin, Dr Brian Roger Entwisle, Dr Adrian Geoffrey Finley, Dr Brian Florance

2000

Dr Jennifer Foo, Dr Patrick Burnham Fox, Dr Miles Tom Havyatt, Dr Brian Henry Rowland Hill, Dr William James Jamieson, Dr Leo James Kelly, Dr Raymond Henry King, Dr Emery Kocsard, Dr Derek Alexander Larnder, Dr Montague Bernard Lewis, Dr Bruce Stephen Mackie, Dr Jean Mason-Johnson, Dr Brian McGaw, Dr Arthur Hector McGeoch, Dr Louis Albert Musso, Dr William Barnes Muston, Dr David Scott Nurse, Dr Michael O’Loughlin, Dr Clyde Petherbridge, Dr Kenneth George Poyzer, Dr John Morrell Rae, Dr John Henry Steele-Smith, Dr John Richard Tonkin, Dr Bruce Cairncross Turnbull, Dr Walter Barry White, Mr James Bennett, Ms Tessa Milne

1999

Dr David Wong, Dr Chris Commens

1998

Prof Robin Marks, Dr Alan Cooper, Dr William Land

1997

Dr Lewsbe Abbott, Dr Lance Cains, Dr William Regan, Dr Richard Armati, Dr Alan Cooper, Dr Eric Taft, Dr Geoffrey Hunter, Dr John Brenan, Dr Wallace de Launey, Prof Graeme Beardmore, Dr John R Kelly,

Dr William Land, Dr Alan Watson, Dr William Ryman

This award is given in recognition of a notable contribution to College and/or its Faculties.

PAST RECIPIENTS

2023

Dr Aaron Boyce, Dr Ilsphi Browne, Dr Jill Cargnello, Dr Samantha Conias, Prof Prasad Kumarasinghe, A/Prof Patricia Lowe, Dr Chris Tyson, Dr Jeffrey Wayte, Dr David Wong, Dr Tania Zappala

2022

Dr Linda Pepall, Dr Jamie Von Nida, Dr Tom Delaney, Dr Peter Hogan, Dr Lisa Byrom, Dr Desmond Gan, Dr Susan Robertson, Dr Jenny Nicolopoulos

2021

Dr Phillip Lane, Dr Michael Webster, Dr Tim O’Brien, Dr Thomas Delaney, Dr Christopher Clay, Prof Peter Soyer

2020

Dr Michelle Goh, Dr Daniel Hewitt, Dr Craig James, Dr Matheen Mohamed, Assoc Prof Erin McMeniman, Prof Pablo Fernandez Penas, Dr Robert Salmon, Dr Victoria Shepherd, Dr Graham Thom

2019

Dr David Burdon-Jones, A/Prof Alvin Chong, Dr Kerry Crotty, Dr Rodney Hannaford,

Dr Vanessa Morgan, Dr Hugh Roberts, Dr Catherine Scarff

2018

Cl A/Prof Kurt Gebauer, Cl A/Prof Chris McCormack, Dr David Orchard, Dr Chris Quirk,

Cl A/Prof Laura Scardamaglia

2017

Dr Fiona Bruce, Dr Con Dolianitis, Dr Catherine Drummond, Prof Pablo Fernandez-Peñas, Dr Lynette Gordon, Dr Hanna Kuchel, Dr Victoria Mar, Dr Rodney O’Keefe, Dr Gayle Ross, Dr Timothy Rutherford, Dr Phillip Swarbrick, Dr Belinda Welsh

2016

Dr Nita Agar, Dr Philip Bekhor, Dr Jennifer Cahill, Dr Hock Cheng Chua, Dr Catherine Faulkner, A/Prof Peter Foley, Cl A/Prof Kurt Gebauer, Dr Martin Haskett, Prof Shyamala Huilgol, Dr Adriene Lee, Dr Adrian Mar, Dr Rob Miller, Dr James Muir, Dr Shawn Richards, Dr Jo-Ann See, A/Prof Greg Siller,

Dr Ivan Simmons, Dr Peter A Sinclair, Dr Ernest Tan, A/Prof Sam Zagarella

Trainee Meritorious Awards

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The Adrian Johnson Memorial Prize has been established to commemorate the late Dr Adrian Johnson, the inaugural Editor of the Australasian Journal of Dermatology. This prize is awarded for the best paper or publication in the Australasian Journal of Dermatology by a College trainee in a calendar year. The committee determining the winner comprises the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal and the Chief Censor.

Type: Trainee Grant

For: Best paper or publication in the Australasian Journal of Dermatology by a College trainee as a lead author in a calendar year.

Who’s Eligible: College Trainees

Amount: Up to $3,000

Awarded: The Editor-in-Chief of the journal and the Chief Censor make a recommendation to College each year in early February.

Criteria for Eligibility:

  • The first listed author must have the work submitted or accepted for publication in a year in which they are in an accredited training program of the Australasian College of Dermatologists or on approved leave from such a program. Co-first authorship is not accepted.
  • All forms of articles can be considered.
  • The emphasis should be on originality with a message of importance. Quality of the submission will also be considered.
  • One prize is awarded from articles published in each volume of the Australasian Journal of Dermatology.

The Award

  • A prize will be presented at the College Annual Scientific Meeting in recognition of the prestige of the prize.
  • Only the trainee, or their representative, will be invited onto the stage to receive the award.
  • The award will consist of:
    • Free registration at the Annual Scientific Meeting of College at which the award is presented.
    • Twelve month Synergy subscription to the British Journal of Dermatology as long as Wiley Blackwell
    • Publishing remain the publisher of the Australasian Journal of Dermatology.
    • $200 book voucher from Wiley Blackwell Publishing as long as they remain the publisher of the Australasian Journal of Dermatology.
  • The Journal will publish a paragraph congratulating the authors.
  • The Journal will publicise the award.

The prize may not be awarded if an article of suitable standard has not been published in the volume.

PAST RECIPIENTS

2023

Dr Alexander Tedman

2022

Dr Dale Jobson

2021

Dr Samuel Der Sarkissian

2020

Dr Matthew Howard

2019

Dr William Cranwell

2018

Dr Margit Polcz

2017

Dr Charles Xie

2016

Dr Casey Rowe

2015

Dr Emma Mooney

2014

 Dr Deshan Sebaratnam

2013

Dr Nicholas Stewart

2012

Dr Shyamalar Gunatheesan

2011

Dr Erin McMeniman

2010

Dr Sally De Zwaan; Dr Saxon Smith

2009

Dr Paul Cherian

2008

Dr Emma Haverhoek

2007

Dr Timothy Rutherford

2006

Dr Yee Jen Tai

2005

Dr Basit Mirza

First offered in 1978, the Paver Medal recognises the work of the late Dr Ken Paver in the profession. It is awarded to the candidate with the highest overall score in the Medical Division of the Fellowship Examination.

The recipient is offered a complimentary AAD meeting registration (provided by the AAD).  Should the TSC winner also be awarded the Founders’ and/or Paver medal, they will already be in receipt of money allocated for attending the AAD. Therefore the AAD registration attached to the Founders’ and/or Paver Medal would be offered to the next candidate (or next two candidates) on the order of merit list.

Should the recipient of either Medal choose not to accept the AAD registration, then the NExC will consult the order of merit list (relating to TSC scores) and offer the AAD registration to the next person on the list after the Medal winner. That person will not, however, be deemed a Medal winner, merely a recipient of funding.

PAST RECIPIENTS

2023

Dr Nicholas De Rosa (SA)

2022

Dr Ane Beatriz Mautari Niwa Massaki (VIC)

2021

Charlotte THOMAS (NSW)

2020

Francis LAI (VIC)

2019

Andrew LEE (NSW)

2018

Shevya TIWARI (WA)

2017

Matthew LIN (VIC)

2016

Georgina LYONS (VIC)

2015

Julia RHODES (VIC)

2014

Ann BOYAPATI (VIC)

2013

Samantha DAVIDSON (QLD)

2012

Sarah TRITTON (QLD)

2011

Alana TUXEN (VIC)

2010

Amanda SARACINO (VIC)

2009

Kathryn DeAMBROSIS (QLD)

2008

Young Jin KIM (QLD)

2007

Nelly JANG (NSW) & Kavita SRIPRAKASH (QLD)

2006

Yee Jen TAI (VIC) & Yin Yin VUN (QLD)

2005

Katherine ARMOUR (VIC) & Ann-Maree KURZYDLO (NSW)

2004

Michelle GOH (VIC)

2003

Not awarded

2002

Genevieve SADLER (WA)

2001

Shannon HARRISON (VIC)

2000

Keng Chen (NSW)

1999

Li-Chuen WONG (NSW)

1998

Not awarded

1997

Karen BEHNE (QLD) & Michael SHARKEY (QLD)

1996

Matheen MOHAMED (VIC)

First offered in 1987, the Founders’ Medal was established by the Skin and Cancer Foundation. It is awarded to the candidate with the highest overall score in the Procedural Division of the Fellowship Examination.

PAST RECIPIENTS

2023

Dr Kathleen Wang (SA)

2022

Dr William Cranwell (VIC)

2021

Angelica TJOKROWIDJAJA (NSW)

2020

Ludi GE (NSW)

2019

Andrew LEE (NSW)

2018

Andrew CHEN (NSW)

2017

Matthew LIN (VIC)

2016

Rebecca NGUYEN (VIC)

2015

Christopher HEYES (VIC)

2014

Ann BOYAPATI (VIC)

2013

Lauren YOUNG (VIC)

2012

Glen FOXTON (WA)

2011

Paul CHERIAN (WA)

2010

Michelle RODRIGUES VIC)

2009

Jemima FISHER (NSW)

2008

Genevieve SADLER (WA)

2007

Gregory BUTLER (QLD) & Jason WU (QLD)

2006

Graham THOM (WA)

2005

Catherine SCARFF (VIC)

2004

Jamie VON NIDA (WA)

2003

Paul CURNOW (VIC)

2002

Karen BEHNE (QLD)

2001

Vanessa MORGAN (VIC)

2000

Michelle LOWES (NSW)

1999

Robert MILLER (QLD)

1998

Samantha CONIAS (QLD)

1997

Not awarded

1996

Mark SAYWELL (QLD)

1995

Rodney SINCLAIR (VIC)

1994

Douglas McCOLL (VIC)

1993

Anne HALBERT (WA)

1992

Linda PEPALL (NSW)

1991

Timothy ELLIOTT (VIC)

1990

Samuel ZAGARELLA (NSW)

1989

Anne O’NEILL (NSW)

1988

Robert SINCLAIR (QLD)

1987

Michael PITNEY (QLD)

First offered in 2018, the Dermatopatholgy award recognises the work of Associate Professor Steven Kossard in the area of Dermatopathology. It is awarded to the candidate with the highest aggregate mark in the Histopathology section of the Fellowship exam. The successful recipient will be awarded registration to the Australasian Dermatopathology Society conference in the following year.

PAST RECIPIENTS

2023

Dr Swaranjali Jain (NSW)

2022

Dr Ane Beatriz Mautari Niwa Massaki (VIC)

2021

Andrew SWARBRICK (WA)

2020

Casey ROWE (QLD)

2019

Jane LI (VIC)

2018

Shevya TIWARI (WA)