Honorary and Life Members


Honorary Membership

Section 8 of the Articles of the Association states that Honorary Membership can be conferred on those who have made a special contribution to the advancement of knowledge of the field of cleft lip and palate and other craniofacial anomalies. Honorary members are entitled to receive notices of Scientific Meetings and to attend Annual General Meetings but have no speaking or voting rights.

Follow the links on the names to find a short biography of the awardees to the time of their award.

2013

  • William Shaw (Manchester, Orthodontics)
  • Gunvor Semb (Manchester, Orthodontics)

2012

  • Patricia Bannister (Manchester, Nursing)
  • Michael Mars (London, Orthodontics)
  • Susan Mildinhall (London, Speech & Language Therapy)

2011

  • Brian Sommerlad (London, Plastic Surgery)
  • Raymond Edler (London, Orthodontics)

2010

2009

  • Mr Alan Leonard (Belfast, Plastic Surgery)

2008

  • Mr Iain Hathorn (Bristol, Orthodontics)
  • Mr Frank Abyholm (Oslo, Surgery)

2006

2005

2001

2000

1999

1998

  • Professor JP Moss (London, Orthodontics)
  • Dr K-V Sarnas (Sweden, Orthodontics)

1997

1996

1995

1994

1993

  • Dr DR Millard Jr (Miami, Florida, Craniofacial Research)

1988

1987


2. Life Membership

 

Section 5 of the Articles of the Association state that Life Membership be conferred on members who are now retired but have in the opinion of the Council has made a significant contribution to the affairs of the Society. Life members of the Society may attend the Annual Scientific Meetings, without payment of registration fees. Life members are entitled to receive notices of Scientific Meetings and to attend Annual General Meetings but have no voting or speaking rights, and do not pay the annual subscription.

2003

  • Kathleen M Randle

1992

  • Arnold G Huddart

1983

  • Dennis Glass