The Patrons Program

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Patrons of the ANZCA Research Foundation are among its most important supporters, having made a personal commitment to regularly support medical research and education projects that advance the specialties of anaesthesia and pain medicine.

 

The Foundation accepts New Zealand patron pledges of $NZ1000pa and Australian patron pledges of $A1000 or more to support research and education conducted by ANZCA Fellows.Foundation-patient-dr-mask.jpg

 

The patrons’ significant contributions are invested to produce a vital stream of income to support future research and education projects. These projects lead to improvements in medical knowledge, procedures and outcomes for patients, through safer and better anaesthesia, surgery and treatment for acute and chronic pain.

 

Patrons of the ANZCA Research Foundation are formally recognised in the December edition of the College magazine, the ANZCA Bulletin.

 

Patrons who contribute $A5000 or more are recognised as "president’s patrons".

 

Patrons whose gifts reach $A25,000 are recognised as "life patrons". This amount may be paid as a single payment or by an annual payment of $A5000 over five years. Life patrons are further recognised with their names recorded on the ANZCA Research Foundation honour board at the College.

 

Patrons whose gift reaches $A100,000 are recognised as governors of the ANZCA Research Foundation. This amount may be paid with a single payment or by an annual payment of $A25,000 over five years. A governor will, in addition to the recognition afforded to a life patron, be invited to have a research grant award made by the College named in their honour. Such an award will be made each year for 10 years.

 

By joining the ANZCA Research Foundation Patrons Program you will be investing in the future of safer surgery and better pain treatment. You will help to restore quality to patients’ lives.

 

Join the Patrons Program

 

The ANZCA Research Foundation is grateful to all of its patrons and donors, and thanks each for their generosity, continuing commitment and support.

 

To join the ANZCA Research Patrons Program, please click below:

 

To find out more about the Patrons Program, please email the foundation here.

 

Our patrons

Governor

The Cole family (Vic)
Dr John Boyd Craig (WA) (1918-2013)

 

Life patrons

Dr Hartley Atkinson (NZ)

Professor Barry Baker, AM (NSW)

Dr William Howard (Vic)
Dr Peter Lowe (Vic)
Dr Felicity Re (NSW)

Associate Professor John Rigg (WA)
Dr Lea Thin Seow (SA)
Dr Skantha Vallipuram (Vic)
 

President’s patrons

Dr Thomas Allen (SA) (1923-2012)

Dr Dieter Berens (Qld)

Dr George Boffa and Mrs Laura Boffa (NSW)
Dr Michael Boykett (Vic)

Ms Priscilla Bryans (Vic)

Professor Tess Cramond, AO, OBE (Qld) (1926-2015)

Sir Roderick Deane, KNZM (New Zealand)

Dr John Gray (Vic)
Mrs Di and Mr John Gross (Vic)

Dr John Harrison (Vic)
Dr Anne Jaumees (NSW)

Professor Kate Leslie, AO (Vic)
Dr Gail Littlejohn (Vic)
Dr Guoming Liu (Vic)

Professor Alan Merry, ONZM (New Zealand)

Dr Arthur Penberthy (Vic)
Dr Lindy Roberts (WA)

Ms Kate Spargo (Vic)

Dr Walter Thompson, AM (WA)

Dr Richard Vaughan, AM  (WA)

Associate Professor Richard Walsh (NSW)

Dr Leona Wilson, ONZM (New Zealand)
 

Patrons

Dr Michael Allam (ACT)
Dr Gregory Austin (Tas)
Dr Christopher Bain (Vic)
Dr Guy Buchanan (ACT)
Dr Terasa Bulger (New Zealand)

Dr Bernard Cook (NSW)
Dr Alexander Cottle (Qld)
Dr Ketayun Daruwala (Vic)

Dr Carolyn Fowler (New Zealand)
Dr Lenore George (NSW)
Dr Hamish Gray (New Zealand)
Dr John Harriott (WA)
Dr Andrew Jeffreys (Vic)

Dr Helen Kolawole (Vic)
Mr Brian Little (Vic)
Dr Hendry Liu (NSW)

Dr Cornelis Matthijssen (SA)
Dr Thomas Painter and Dr Carolyn Wood (SA)

Dr John Poulos (NSW)
Dr W John Russell (SA)
Dr Tao Slykerman (Qld)
Dr Robert Smith (Vic)

Ms Linda Sorrell (Vic)
Dr Francois Stapelberg (New Zealand)
 

 

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Donate now to the ANZCA Research Foundation via our secure online system here.

Download our donation form here.

 

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