Gluckman Medal

The Peter Gluckman Medal for Distinguished Contribution to Research is the premier recognition of research within the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences. It consists of a unique, engraved medal cast in bronze and a distinguished international lecture.

The purpose of the medal and lecture is to recognise distinguished contributions of current and former staff or students of the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences. An additional purpose of the award is to stimulate an awareness of the breadth of research activity within the faculty. The awardee will receive the Gluckman Medal, and be invited to deliver a lecture to the faculty.

How to apply

  • Nominations, including self-nominations, are open for 2021. Past and present staff and students are eligible to apply.
  • Applications should be in the form of an electronic letter addressed to the Deputy Dean. This should include a brief (less than one page) outline of the grounds for the nomination and the nominee’s CV should be attached.
  • Resubmission of previous nominations is welcomed, with appropriate updating of the nomination statement and CV. The closing date for nominations is 1 November 2021.
  • A reviewing committee of senior academic staff will assess the nominee's contribution to their field of endevour and to the faculty.

Contact

Professor Warwick Bagg
Deputy Dean
Email: w.bagg@auckland.ac.nz
Phone: 09 923 9794

Previous winners of the Gluckman Medal

Year Recipient Department
2022 Professor Boyd Swinburn Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
2021 Professor Nicola Dalbeth
Department of Medicine
2020 Professor Wayne Cutfield Liggins Institute
2018 Professor Lesley McCowan Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
2017 Professor Peter Thorne Department of Audiology, Department of Physiology
2016 Professor Andrew Hill
Department of Surgery
2015 Professor Alistair Gunn Department of Physiology
2014 Professor Jane Harding Liggins Institute
2013 Professor Alan Merry Department of Anaesthesiology
2012 Professor John Windsor Department of Surgery
2011 Professor John Shaw School of Pharmacy
2010 Professor Keith Petrie Department of Psychological Medicine
2009 Professor Rod Jackson Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
2008 Professor Charles McGhee Department of Ophthalmology
2007 Professor Ian Reid Department of Medicine
2006 Professors Bill Denny and Bruce Baguley Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre