Dr Luke Grzeskowiak is a NHMRC Early Career Research Fellow in the Robinson Research Institute at the University of Adelaide and a Senior Pharmacist, Flinders Women and Children, Flinders Medical Centre, SA Pharmacy.
Luke’s clinical and research ambitions are to enhance maternal and newborn health outcomes through supporting quality use of medicines and the development and promotion of more efficacious, safer, and personalised pharmacotherapy approaches. He completed his PhD in 2012 which focused on evaluating different approaches towards investigating the long-term effects of medication use during pregnancy. His current clinical/research interests include perinatal pharmacoepidemiology, obstetric and neonatal pharmacology, medication safety, and evidence-based medicine. To date, he has more than 60 publications and received more than $400,000 in research funding.
Luke is passionate about clinical education, training and research, and the roles that pharmacists play in sustaining a continual improvement culture. He is a Fellow of the Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA), a member of the SHPA Education Reference Group and the executive committee of the SHPA National Translational Research Collaborative (NTRC).