Snezana is a pharmacologist with considerable expertise and knowledge in clinical applications of pharmacology and medication safety. She is Lead for Pharmacology learning and teaching and senior bioscience expert in the Department of Nursing.
Her research focuses on medication safety and quality use of medicines encapsulating both clinical aspects and scientific principles behind health, disease and human ageing process. Additionally, Snezana holds an honorary position as a Senior Research Fellow at The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health which allows her to maintain a research recency in neuro-psychopharmacology (her subspecialty area). Therefore, her research activities are conducted in a wide range of settings, from bench to bedside and community. Snezana has extensive experience in animal behavioural models with relevance to psychiatric disorders, receptor pharmacology and biochemical techniques (bench research) and in clinical audits, prospective and observational studies (clinical research). To date, Snezana has completed over 40 peer reviewed publications in scholarly journals, book chapters, invited commentaries and expert reports. She is a Graduate Research Coordinator for the Department of Nursing and Chair of Human Advisory Ethics Group, School of Health Sciences.
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Screening For Prevelence Of Illicit Toxins In The Emergency Department:Mapping Pathways To..
Post option B plus Programme in Nigeria: schedule adherence among pregnant women with HIV
Estrogen And Prostate Contractility: Implications For Prostate-Specific Diseases
Internal Research Grant
How do cognitive and functional impairment relate to the use of anticholinergic medication..
Post Option B plus implementation programme in Nigeria: Determinants of adherence of antir..
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Factors Associated With Success in Reducing HIV Mother-to-child Transmission in Sub-Saharan Africa: Interviews With Key Stakeholders
Olumuyiwa Omonaiye, Snezana Kusljic, Pat Nicholson, Elizabeth Manias
Journal article | 2019 | Clinical Therapeutics
PURPOSE: A key global health challenge is the persistence of new pediatric HIV infections due to mother-to-child transmission (MCT..
How do cognitive and functional impairment relate to the use of anticholinergic medications in hospitalised patients aged 65 years and over?
Snezana Kusljic, Alexander Woolley, Matthew Lowe, Elizabeth Manias
Journal article | 2019 | Aging Clinical and Experimental Research
BACKGROUND: Anticholinergic medications are commonly prescribed to older adults despite their unfavourable pharmacological profile..
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
ASCEPT New Investigator travel Award
Lundbeck Young Researcher Grant
Student Travel Award
Lady June Zeidler Student Travel Award
Senior Lecturer (Nursing)
Neuroscience Users Group
Australasian Neuroscience Society
Autonomic Neuroscience Users Group
International Society for Autonomic Neuroscience
Pharmacology Users Group
Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologist (ASCEPT)
Doctor of Philosophy
University of Melbourne
Bachelor of Science (Honours)
University of Melbourne