Professor of Pharmacy
BPharm(Hons) PhD MBA FSHP FACP MPS AACPA
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Greg currently teaches several units which include pharmacy practice, clinical pharmacokinetics, therapeutics and pharmacology. He also supervises honours and research higher degree students, and is the School’s Graduate Research Coordinator.
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As Professor of Pharmacy and Head of School of Pharmacy at the University of Tasmania, Greg has held a personal Chair in Pharmacy at the University of Tasmania since 2000, awarded on the basis of his research and teaching excellence. Greg has led many state and national projects directed at improving the use of medications and patient outcomes in both community and hospital sectors.
Greg has an international standing and record of accomplishment in the area of programs to promote the safe, rational and cost-effective use of medications. He has more than 150 research papers published in refereed international and national journals, plus more than 150 professional publications, and has been an editor/chapter contributor for 10 books. His research has received over $15M of external funds.
He is Co-Editor of one leading international pharmacy journal (Blackwell-Wiley’s Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics), and member of the Editorial Board for one other leading international journal (Annals of Pharmacotherapy). He is Adjunct Professor, Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Manipal University, India and External Examiner to International Medical University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Greg is a practicing pharmacist, accredited consultant pharmacist, and has owned a large rural community pharmacy. In 2007 he was awarded the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia’s highest honour – the Australian Pharmacist of the Year.
Research interests include: clinical pharmacy/pharmacology; therapeutic drug monitoring; medication safety, pharmacy practice and health informatics.
Authorised by the Head of School, Pharmacy
28 March, 2013