MPharm PG Dip Clin Pharm PG Dip Minor Illness INP
Gillian Murray is a clinical prescribing pharmacist specialising in aesthetics medicine and holds a clinical academic position at Kings College London (KCL) University. At the university she is working towards her PhD in hyaluronidase.
Pharmacists in the UK can undertake clinical training to work autonomously as prescribing clinicians.
She is a senior lecturer in advanced clinical practice, rheology and pharmacokinetics, and has published several papers supporting the management of complications in aesthetic practice and dermal filler rheology.
Gillian has 18 years’ experience of working in acute trusts within the NHS predominately in her area of speciality - Surgery. She has held the positions of directorate pharmacist to many surgical disciplines including plastics, burns, ICU, vascular and to medical disciplines such as acute medicine, infection, dermatology and rheumatology.
Passionate about using medicines safely and understanding co morbidities to inform treatment decisions, she set up the group ‘medicine in aesthetics’ which supports aesthetic practitioners. She has worked extensively to support complications and is a founding board member of the Complications in Medical Aesthetic Collaborative (CMAC UK)
Further to her PhD research she has an interest hypersensitivity reactions in aesthetics, HA gel chemistry, rheology and behaviours.