Our recipients

Discover the achievements of those within our College and the community who are leading the way on our objective to further tomorrow's medicine today.


Clinicians talking in a research labDiscoveries and progress by our medical community are supported through our Fellowships, scholarships and grants.


Five recipients on stage at RACP CongressPrizes are awarded to those who have demonstrated excellence in their field and contributed significantly to the College and medicine.

Recipient spotlight

Dr Nancy Merridew

Dr Nancy MerridewIt's been 10 years since Dr Nancy Merridew was awarded the inaugural John Snow Scholarship at the World Congress of Internal Medicine. Her winning presentation was on a large global health project at the University of Queensland, which focused on teaching the Millennium Development Goals and Australian Indigenous Health.

Today, Nancy is a dual RACP Advanced Trainee in Infectious Diseases and General Medicine, along with numerous other medical education commitments. She has continued to maintain a keen awareness of public health on many levels across the complex health systems in throughout Australia and internationally.

“The Scholarship's reflective process consolidated what I'd learned through the project and, as a medical student approaching internship, my mind was opened to the intrinsic exceptional value of public health”.

While it has been challenging to simultaneously keep up her interest in public health at her current stage of training, Nancy has a definite aim to integrate that interest back into her long-term practice following her admission to Fellowship.

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