The School of Pharmacy is at the very forefront of pharmacy research across the spectrum of the medicines pathway. We provide research students with a supportive yet highly rigorous program of study, preparing them for rewarding futures in the rapidly changing health care sector and industry.
The Behavioural and Situational Research Group (BSRG) are a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, pharmacists and GP's based in Hobart and Launceston.
UMORE was established in 2002 as the School’s applied clinical pharmacy research arm. As well as highly skilled research pharmacists, our staff include IT specialists and psychologists, providing a strong and versatile research and development team.
To study the involvement of mitochondria in human disease and the development of drugs that counteract mitochondrial dysfunction.
Miniaturisation enables the fabrication of faster and smaller analytical instrumentation, enabling high quality analytical measurements to be made outside laboratory settings, for example enabling process or therapeutic drug monitoring. It also enables control and manipulation of cell growth, enabling the development of new assays.
This research theme studies the pharmacology of the three main opioid receptors and/or related GPCRs, their function and their role in the physiology and pathophysiology of different organ systems (nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular and immune). Its overall objective is to enhance the discovery of novel opioid drugs for the treatment of various diseases.
Chemical ecology is the study of chemical interactions between individual organisms, focusing on signalling chemicals, such as pheromones, and defensive chemicals, especially the plant secondary metabolites which deter herbivory.
Authorised by the Head of School, Pharmacy
10 January, 2013