For distinguished service to engineering through contributions to the development of stormwater management and technology as a researcher and academic (University of South Australia).
Professor Roger William BYARD PSM
For distinguished service to medicine in the field of forensic pathology as an academic, researcher and practitioner and through contributions to professional committees and organisations(University of Adelaide).
Professor Robert Graham CLARK
For distinguished service to science and technology through leadership and governance of the scientific community of the Australian Defence Force and through contributions to quantum computing and nanotechnology (Defence Science and Technology Organisation: University of NSW).
Professor Diego DE LEO
For distinguished service to medicine in the field of psychiatry as a researcher and through the creation of national and international strategies for suicide prevention (Griffith University).
Emeritus Professor Robert Donald GOLDNEY
For distinguished service to medicine in the field of psychiatry, as a researcher and academic, through international contributions to the study of suicide and its prevention (University of Adelaide).
Professor Peter Gavin HALL
For distinguished service to mathematical science in the field of statistics through international contributions to research, as an academic and mentor, and through leadership of advisory and professional organisations (University of Melbourne).
Mr James Carvel McCOLL
For distinguished service to primary industry through policy and strategy advisory roles in the agriculture, fisheries and natural resources sector, and to conservation and the environment (CSIRO).
Professor Ralph Nigel MARTINS,
For distinguished service to medicine in the field of psychiatry through leadership in the research into Alzheimer’s disease and the development of early diagnosis and treatment programs, and to the community of Perth (Edith Cowan University).
Dr Colin Douglas MATTHEWS
For distinguished service to reproductive medicine, particularly through the establishment of donor insemination and in vitro fertilisation programs, through contributions to research and as an academic (University of Adelaide).
Mr Hugh Andrew O’NEILL
For distinguished service to architecture, through contributions to tertiary education and the fostering of relations with Asia, particularly Indonesia (University of Melbourne).
Professor Sally REDMAN
For distinguished service to public health through leadership in the care of women with breast cancer, contributions to research and higher education and the promotion of relationships between researchers, policy makers and practitioners (University of Newcastle).
Professor Marilyn Bernice RENFREE
For distinguished service to biology, particularly through leadership in the research into marsupial reproduction, and to the scientific community through contributions to professional organisations (University of Melbourne).
Emeritus Professor George Ernest ROGERS,
For distinguished service to biochemistry through contributions to tertiary education and leadership of research into the molecular structure and growth processes of wool and hair (University of Adelaide).
Professor Helen Maria ZORBAS
For distinguished service to public health through leadership in the delivery of improved information and services to cancer patients and their families and contributions to research and clinical trials (University of Western Sydney).