The Derrick Rowley Medal
for service to ASI
Since 2005, the Derrick Rowley Medal has been awarded by ASI Council to those who have demonstrated outstanding service to the ASI and the discipline of Immunology over many years.
2016 Derrick Rowley Medal Recipients. From left to right: Ian Barr, Jennifer Rolland, Jose A. Villadangos, Andrew Lew, Dale Godfrey. Photo credit: WEHI
The recipients of the Medal are:
|Year||Name and Affiliation|
|2005||Lindsay Dent, University of Adelaide|
|2006||Judith Greer, University of Queensland|
|2008||Phil Hodgkin, Walter & Eliza Hall Institute|
|2009||Andrew Lew, Walter & Eliza Hall Institute|
|2013||Margaret Baird, University of Otago|
|2016||Ian Barr, WHO Collaborating Centre for Reference and Research on Influenza, VIDRL, Doherty Institute|
|2016||Dale Godfrey, Peter Doherty Institute|
|2016||Andrew Lew, Walter & Eliza Hall Institute|
|2016||Jennifer Rolland, Monash University|
|2016||Jose A. Villadangos, Doherty Institute and Bio21 Institute, University of Melbourne|
Do you know someone worthy of receiving the Derrick Rowley Medal for service to ASI?
If so, please contact the ASI Honorary Secretary to nominate a recipient.
The inaugural Rowley Medal being presented to Dr Lindsay Dent from the University of Adelaide
at the 2006 Annual Scientific Meeting in Melbourne by Mrs Betty Rowley.
The ASI Derrick Rowley Medal
Derrick Rowley at Government House (SA) after being awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
for his contribution to Immunology, by the Governor Roma Mitchell, at age 71, 1993.
Photo Credit: Rowley family