Cameron is a research associate with the Health Systems and Health Economics theme, School of Public Health, Curtin University. Cameron began his career as a pharmacist at Fremantle Hospital, before moving to Mongolia to work as a public health project officer for the Mongolian Anti-Tuberculosis Association in 2013. He returned to a research fellow position at the University of Tasmania, before completing his postgraduate studies in London during 2014-15. After returning to Australia in 2015, Cameron has held positions with the School of Public Health, as a sessional academic with the School of Pharmacy, and as a pharmacist at Fiona Stanley Hospital. Cameron has been involved as a clinical facilitator with the Faculty of Health Science's Go Global program, travelling to Cambodia and China during 2016, and has consulted to the World Health Organization Solomon Islands office on anti-tuberculosis drug procurement and management. He is also an adjunct researcher at the University of Tasmania. Cameron maintains a strong interest in clinical medicine, enrolling in 2017 in the University of Western Australia's Doctor of Medicine course. He is interested in sensible resource allocation and health system design, with a particular focus on patient-centred models of healthcare delivery.
Adjunct Researcher , University of Tasmania
Research associate, Curtin University
Research analyst, Curtin University
Public Health Project Officer, Mongolian Anti-Tuberculosis Association
Associate, School of Pharmacy, Curtin University
Research Fellow - Clinical Projects , University of Tasmania
Pharmacist, Fremantle Hospital and Health Service
Committee Member, Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia, WA Branch
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine , Master of Science in Public Health - Health Economics
Curtin University, Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)
• L Manning, C Wright, P Ingram, T Whitmore, C Heath, I Manson, M Page-Sharpe, S Salman, J Dyer, T.E. Davis. Continuous infusions of meropenem in ambulatory care: clinical efficacy, safety and stability. , PLOS One
A Crowe and C Wright. The impact of P-glycoprotein mediated efflux on absorption of 11 sedating and less-sedating antihistamines using Caco-2 monolayers. , Xenobiotica
Grants and Contracts
Peer support groups to empower civil society members to contribute to eradicating TB in Mongolia.
Stop TB Partnership
Increasing tuberculosis awareness in Mongolia.
Australian Embassy, Seoul.
Expanding home-based treatment to patients with multi-drug resistant tuberculosis through MATA community health volunteers.