Professor Nick Shaw
Head of School
Room 7008, Level 7, Pharmacy Australia Centre of Excellence
Phone: +61 7-334-61701; Fax: +61 7-334-61999
Nick Shaw was appointed to the School as Professor in January 2004 and assumed the role of Head of School of Pharmacy at UQ from 1st July 2004.
Nick joined the University after 18 years at the University of Nottingham (1985-2003). Nick is a pharmacist, having undertaken both his undergraduate and postgraduate training at the University of Manchester.
- Application of a range of analytical methodologies to solve clinical and health-related problems
- Metabolite profiling methodology applied to nutrient profiles of tropical and other plants and secondary metabolite identification and quantitation from bacteria
- Drug metabolism, biopharmaceutics, drug delivery and pharmacokinetic studies
- Education, curriculum development and workforce issues in pharmacy
- Herath, HMDR, Cabot, PJ, Shaw, PN, Hewavitharana, AK (2012) Study of beta endorphin metabolism in inflamed tissue, serum and trypsin solution by liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometric analysis Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 402 (2012) 2089-2100
- De Matteis, CI, Simpson, DA, Euerby, MR, Shaw, PN, Barrett, DA (2012) Chromatographic retention behaviour of monosubstituted benzene derivatives on porous graphitic carbon and octadecyl-bonded silica studied using molecular modelling and quantitative structure-retention relationships. J. Chrom. A 1229 (2012) 95-106
- Noble C, O’Brien M, Coombes I, Shaw PN, Nissen L (2011) Concept Mapping to Evaluate an Undergraduate Pharmacy Curriculum Am. J. Pharm. Educ. 75 Issue 3
- Wilkinson A, Flanagan B, Pierson J-T, Hewavitharana A K, Dietzgen R, Shaw PN, Roberts-Thomson S, Monteith GR, Gidley M (2011) Bioactivity of mango flesh and peel extracts on peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor γ activation and MCF-7 cell proliferation: fraction and fruit variability J. Food Science 76, H11-H18
- Hewavitharana AK, Herath HMDR, Shaw PN, CabotPJ, Kebarle P (2010) Effect of solvent and electrospray mass spectrometer parameters on the charge state distribution of peptides – a case study using LC-MS method development for beta-endorphin assay Rapid Commun. Mass Spec. 24 (2010) 3510-3514.