Wallace Murray, BS, PhD
College of Pharmacy
San Diego State College
University of California, San Francisco
Dr. Murray's research interests are in topological approaches to quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSAR) and molecular modeling of peptide/protein interactions. He has academic interests in methods of instruction in pharmacy education, particularly methods that complement competency-based education.
D.T. Stanton, W.J. Murray and P.C. Jurs: Comparison of QSAR and Molecular Similarity Approaches for a Structure-Activity Relationship Study of DHFR Inhibitors. QSAR, 12: 239-45 (1993).
P.W. Jungnickel and W.J. Murray: A Required Nutrition and Diet Therapy Course for Pharmacy Students. J. Pharm. Teaching, 2: 29-40 (1991).
W.J. Murray and L.G. Miller: Herbal Instruction in United States Pharmacy Schools, Am. J. Pharm. Ed., 61: 160-2 (1997).
E.L. Cavalieri, E.G. Rogan, W.J. Murray and N.V.S. RamaKrishna: "Mechanistic Aspects of Benzo[a]pyrene Metabolism," in Polycyclic Aromatic Compounds. PAH XIII, P.G. Garrigues and M. Lamolte, Eds., Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, Langhorne,PA, 1993, p. 1047-54.
"Herbal Medicinals: A Clinician's Guide", L.G. MIller and W.J. Murray, Eds., Pharmaceutical Products Press, Binghamton, NY, 1998.