University of Sydney Staff

Honorary Associate Professor, BSc (Qld), PhD (James Cook), FRACI, CChem
Structure-activity studies; amino acid analogues; amino acids; medicinal chemistry; glutamate; GABA; neurotransmitters; synthesis; heterocycles. View profile

Professor in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, (neé Chebib), BSc (Qld), PhD (Griffith), FRACI, CChem
Faculty of Pharmacy, phone 9351-8584
GABA receptors and transport systems. View profile

BSc (James Cook), PhD (ANU), MRACI, CChem. Honorary Associate, Synthesis of GABA analogues; computer-assisted drug design; bees. View profile

Associate Professor in Pharmaceutical Sciences, BSc, PhD (Warwick), MRACI, CChem
Faculty of Pharmacy, Room S303, phone 9351-2078
Drug design and development; analogues of amino acids. View profile

Lecturer 0.5 FTE in Pharmacology, BSc (Hons), PhD, Grad Dip Sci (Psych)
Room 294 Blackburn Building, phone 9351-6208
GABAergic neurotransmission in the CNS; GABAergic mechanisms in schizophrenia, antipsychotic drug effects on GABA receptors. View profile

Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology and Medicinal Chemistry, AM, FTSE, FRACI, MSc, PhD (Camb.), CChem, DPharm(Copenhagen)
Room 219, Blackburn Building, phone 9351-6117
Amino acid neurochemistry and neuropharmacology; novel GABA receptors; amino acid transport systems; molecular modelling; computer-aided drug design; potassium channel pharmacology; drugs to treat Alzheimer's disease. View profile; Home page


Associate Lecturer in Pharmacology, Room 282, Blackburn Building, phone 9036 6498
Medicinal chemistry; novel GABA analogues; electrophysiology; structure-activity relationships. View profile

MSc (Qld) PhD (Qld), Honorary Associate, Design and synthesis of analogues of GABA and glutamate. View profile

BSc (Saigon), PhD, MRACI, CChem Senior Technical Officer.

Postgraduate Students

, PhD Candidate (supervisors Mary Collins, Graham Johnston)

, PhD Candidate (Supervisors: Jane Hanrahan, Graham Johnston)

Honorary Research Associates

Jennifer Ong, BSc (Adel.) PhD (Adel.), Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Royal Adelaide Hospital