Charles Sturt University
Charles Sturt University

Greggory Maynard

 Greggory Maynard

B Pharm (Hons); PhD; Grad Cert Higher Education Learning & Teaching

Gregg completed his Bachelor of Pharmacy at the University of Sydney in 1995, with a major in experimental pharmacology. He completed his intern year at St George hospital, Kogarah and registered as a pharmacist. He then completed an Honours project at Sydney University studying cytoskeletal protein rearrangements in leukaemia cells. Attaining first class honours, he started work towards a PhD with his thesis focusing on the development of polyclonal antibodies against a purinergic receptor, P2Y11, which was completed in 2008. He then accepted a 12 month position as an Associate Lecturer in Pharmaceutics at Sydney University. After this period he continued his employment as a casual academic in many pharmaceutical and biochemistry related disciplines with the Faculty of Pharmacy and the School of Molecular Biosciences. In August 2010, he joined the team at CSU in Orange lecturing in pharmacology, pharmacokinetics and therapeutics to pharmacy, dentistry, nursing & paramedic students.

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Teaching philosophy

To impart more than just the knowledge required to be a professional.

Current subjects taught

Pharmacy
  • PHM101 – Introduction to pharmacy
  • PHM215 – Pharmacy practice 1
  • BMS340 – Pharmacology
  • PHM430 – Pharmacotherapeutics
Dentistry
  • DOH344 – Foundations of oral surgery (pharmacology)
  • DOH411 - Advanced Topics in Clinical Dentistry (Pharmacology section)
Nursing
  • BMS536 – Applied pharmacology for Nursing practice

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Research Interests

Research interests and current projects
  • Learning and Teaching – assessment

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Publications

  • Spark, J., Malone, D., Maynard, G. & Stupans, I. (2016) Cases in teaching and assessment in pharmacy education: Guidelines for assigning difficulty. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 8:722–725
  • Bhuiyan, M., Maynard, G., Raman, A., Hodgkins, D. Mitchell, D. & Nicol, H. (2016) Salt effects on proline and glycine betaine levels and photosynthetic performance in Melilotus siculus, Tecticornia pergranulata and Thinopyrum ponticum measured in simulated saline conditions. Functional Plant Biology 43(3) 254-265 http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/FP15330
  • Simpson, M., Cavanagh, H., John, G., Kerr, P., Obied, H., Robinson, H. & Maynard, G. (2014) Complementing a Rural Pharmacy Course with CAM: Reflections from a Decade of Experience. Pharmacy 2(1), 88-97; doi:10.3390/pharmacy2010088

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Professional Memberships

  • Australian College of Pharmacy (ACP)
  • Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologist and Toxicologists (ASCEPT)

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