A member of the Royal Society of NSW and the Royal Society of Medicine. He has had a distinguished career in medicine as a clinical researcher.
Emeritus Professor Robert Clancy (AM) is a member of the Royal Society of NSW and the Royal Society of Medicine. He has had a distinguished career as a clinical research in mucosal immunology and oral vaccines, and was the Foundation Professor of Pathology at Newcastle University. Robert is a Renaissance man, with wide ranging interests and expertise, including the histories of science and medicine. He has a special interest in historic cartography and has published two books on the early cartography of Australia and Antarctica. He was appointed the Order of Australia for his services to cartography.
Robert has led numerous tours, including five to Europe focussed on the history of medicine, and ten to the Spice Islands and Antarctica.