Dr Treasure McGuire

Honorary Associate Professor

School of Pharmacy
Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences


Treasure McGuire graduated with a Bachelor of Pharmacy and a Bachelor of Science (Pharmacology) from the University of Queensland UQ). She also completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Pharmacy and Graduate Certificate in Higher Education at UQ. In 2005, she completed her PhD in the School of Population Health, UQ, entitled Consumer medicines call centres: a medication liaison model of pharmaceutical care.

She has held a sennior conjoint appointment between the School of Pharmacy, UQ and Mater Pharmacy, Mater Health, Brisbane since 1996, and was appointed as a Senior Lecturer in 2006. In her Mater role, she has been Assistant Director of Pharmacy (Practice and Development) over this same time period. At UQ, she coordinates a graduate clinical pharmacy course within the Master of Clinical Pharmacy program. In 2016, this program received a UQ Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences Team Award for Programs that Enhance Learning and in 2017 a citation in the University of Queensland Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Treasure’s research is translational, focussing on patient centred-care and quality use of medicines in the domains of medicines information, evidence-based practice, medication safety, reproductive health, complementary medicines, communicable diseases and interprofessional education. She is a Fellow of the Australian College of Pharmacy and a Fellow of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia.In recognition of her services to medicines information, she received the Lilly International Fellowship in Hospital Pharmacy and the Bowl of Hygeia of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia. In 2015, she was the recipient of the Sr Eileen Pollard Medal (Mater Research-UQ) for excellence in incorporating research into clinical care provision.

Research Interests

  • Women's health
    particularly medicines use in pregnancy and breastfeeding
  • Consumer health and medicines information seeking behaviour
  • Complementary medicines
    Use, evidence of efficacy and safety
  • Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacovigilance
    medication use and safety
  • Interprofessional education

Research Impacts

Experienced academic in pharmacology and therapeutics with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in clinical research, governance, medical education, medicines information and clinical trials.


  • Postgraduate Diploma, The University of Queensland
  • Postgraduate Diploma, The University of Queensland


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