Dr Musgrave is a Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology at the University of Adelaide. He has a broad interest in neurodegeneration, neurotoxicity, natural product pharmacology and toxicity, and drug design. He is convenor of the Toxicology Special Interest Group of the Australasian Society for Pharmacology and Toxicology. He is also a member of the South Australian branch of the Australian Science Communicators. He has a special interest in 3D visualisation in teaching and has been known to make balloon molecules.
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