Professor Greg Peterson - BPharm (Hons), PhD, MBA, FSHP, FACP, AACPA, ARPharmS, MPS, GAICD
Greg is the Deputy Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Health, University of Tasmania; responsible for health and medical research strategy for the Faculty. Additionally, he is Co-Director of Health Services Innovation Tasmania, initially funded by the Commonwealth and responsible for the collaborative implementation of clinical redesign within the State’s health system.
He has held a personal Chair since 2000, and was Head of the School of Pharmacy until 2013.
Greg has led many state and national projects directed at improving patient outcomes in community, hospital, and aged care sectors. Greg’s research has spanned a breadth from laboratory-based research through to applied practice-based or translational research. Greg has received competitive grant funding of over $35M. He has 400 papers published in refereed journals, and has been an editor/chapter contributor
for 10 books. Greg is still a practicing pharmacist. In 2007 he was awarded the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia's honour, Australian Pharmacist of the Year. In 2014, he was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia.