The Sir William Upjohn Medal recognises distinguished services to medicine in Australia. This would include, for example, contributions such as national leadership of an important health issue, reform of medical processes, systems or programs, or a seminal medical discovery that has improved or protected the health of the Australian people.
Named after prominent surgeon, Sir William George Dismore Upjohn (1888-1979), the prize consists of a gold medal and is open for award every five years.
The recipient should be a medical practitioner who has been a resident in Australia for at least three of the past five years.
Submission requirements & due date
Nominations must be submitted online by 16 October 2020.
If you decide to apply for this award, please contact DVCR Schemes.
Prior to submission please ensure that your University of Adelaide Researcher Profile page is up to date.