College Fellows recognised in ‘Queens Birthday Honours’

College Fellows recognised in ‘Queens Birthday Honours’

A number of College Fellows have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2017. The honours list recognises the achievements of extraordinary people from across the UK.

A number of College Fellows have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2017. The honours list recognises the achievements of extraordinary people from across the UK.

Those awarded include:

  • Surgeon Vice Admiral Alasdair Walker FRCS(Glasg) was made a Companion of the Order of Bath (CB)
  • Colonel Mark Sheridan FRCP(Glasg) was awarded the Queen’s Volunteer Reserve Medal
  • Professor Brenda Gibson FRCP(Glasg) was awarded an OBE for service to child healthcare
  • Neil Baker was awarded an OBE for services to podiatry

Fellows and Members who have received awards are invited to let the Communications Team in the College know by contacting media@rcpsg.ac.uk.


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