In memory of the late Mervyn Gold, OAM, of Rockhampton, Queensland, to recognise the contribution of Fellows to rural and regional dermatology.
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.
Fellows who have rendered exceptional/meritorious service to College.
This award was established in 2009 in memory of the late Mervyn Gold, OAM, of Rockhampton, Queensland, to recognise the contribution of Fellows to rural and regional dermatology.
This award is given in recognition of contribution to international dermatology outreach
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