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Senior and Retired Fellows

The Senior and Retired Fellows are an integral part of RANZCO and remain deeply entrenched in activities for the benefit of the Fellowship. The Chair of the Group represents senior and retired Fellows at Council. The Group has a strong commitment to ensuring senior and retired Fellows remain involved in College activities.

Senior and Retired Fellows at Congress

Over recent years the Senior and Retired Fellows Group has worked hard to develop activities at the Annual Scientific Congress with a strong emphasis on creating plenty of opportunity for networking and catching up with friends and colleagues.

Activities include an annual dinner for Fellows and their partners. The evening comprises dinner, speeches and plenty of time to catch up. During the day there are sessions each lunch break at the Senior and Retired Fellows lounge. This is a space especially arranged for Fellows to have a coffee and meet with friends. The lunch time presentations vary from day to day. Each year, the group invites a local Fellow to join to assist in planning for events at the Congress.

The Current Senior and Retired Fellows Group Committee

  • Dr Michael Giblin (NSW) – Chairperson
  • Dr John Milverton (NSW) – Past Chairperson (2019-2020)
  • Prof John Crompton (SA) – Past Chairperson (2017-2019)
  • Dr Emmanuel Gregory (NSW) – Past Chairperson (2015-2017)
  • Dr Frank Cheok (NSW) – Past Chairperson (2011-2015)

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Last updated: February 17, 2022

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