CURRICULUM VITAE

Paul Geoffrey Stevenson B.Sc. (Chem), B.Sc. (Hons), Grad. Dip. (Biostats), PhD, GStat, CChem

  • Biostatistical consultant collaborating with children’s health researchers and clinicians.
  • Project management excellence through analytical method validations and university unit coordination (undergraduate and postgraduate).
  • Oral and written communication skills gained through preparation of peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts, undergraduate level lecturing, conference presentations, and online articles.
  • Expert user of R, Git, R Markdown, R Shiny (dashboard applications), Mathematica, Microsoft Word and Excel. Experienced with Linux, Python, PostgreSQL, Docker, STATA and SAS.

CAREER OVERVIEW

Every day I get to further my passion of data analysis and coding to collaboratively improve the lives of children in Western Australia. As a biostatistician at Telethon Kids Institute, my role as internal-consultant has exposed me to a wide range of research questions and study types as I work with internal researchers and research-active clinicians external to the institute.

Prior to my successful transition into a career of statistics and analysis, I completed post-doctoral appointments at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Deakin University, Geelong after attaining my PhD in analytical chemistry from Western Sydney University, Parramatta; these roles instilled in me a fondness for data analysis and problem solving through computer coding. In 2016, I joined Sun Pharmaceuticals, Port Fairy as an analytical chemist and was promoted to analytical development lead within 5 months in this role. As lead I was responsible for a team of 2 analytical chemists and 3 laboratory technicians, testing of narcotic raw materials, all aspects of analytical method validation, and troubleshooting anomalous laboratory results.

I am thoroughly enjoying my career as a biostatistician and aspire to further building my skills in data analysis while working towards a leadership position. In the future, I see myself advocating for the importance high-quality data collection and its role in clinical research. Institutes that I would join will have an enthusiasm to embrace innovative approaches to data intelligence and reporting.

SUMMARY

EMPLOYMENT SUMMARY

PositionCompanyPeriod
BiostatisticianTelethon Kids InstituteApril 2018 – present day
Analytical Development LeadSun Pharma AustraliaOctober 2016 – April 2018
Lecturer in ChemistryDeakin UniversityMay 2012 – October 2016
Research Associate IIUniversity of Tennessee, KnoxvilleMay 2010 – May 2012

EDUCATION SUMMARY

CourseInstitutionGraduated
Doctor of PhilosophyWestern Sydney University2010
Graduate Diploma of BiostatisticsMonash University2018
Bachelor of Science (Honours)Western Sydney University2006
Bachelor of Science (Chemistry)Western Sydney University2005

PROFESSIONAL HISTORY

BIOSTATISTICIAN, TELETHON KIDS INSTITUTE, APRIL 2018 – PRESENT DAY

About Telethon Kids Institute:
Based in Perth, Western Australia, the Telethon Kids’ team of almost 600 dedicated researchers and support staff are passionate about discovering causes, cures and treatments for the illnesses and diseases that target our kids and young people.

Responsibilities:

  • Data Safety Management Board – PICSI study
  • Biostatistical one-on-one consultation for Telethon Kids, WA Health and external research projects (Telethon Clinical Research Centre)
  • Establish a workflow for reproducible research
  • Provide R training to Telethon Kids Institute researchers.
  • Biometrics team move coordinator for the transition from Roberts Road to Perth Children’s Hospital.
  • Manager of Telethon Kids Institute Public GitHub repository

Achievements:

  • Developed and ran an Introduction to R workshop
  • Project templates for reproducible research with R, R Shiny, SQL, Docker
  • Western Australia administrative link data projects
  • R markdown templates designed per the Telethon Kids’ style guide
  • Systematic review meta-analysis

ANALYTICAL DEVELOPMENT LEAD, SUN PHARMA AUSTRALIA, OCTOBER 2016 – APRIL 2018

About Sun Pharma Australia:

Sun Pharma (Australia) is a stand alone operation that supplies up to 25% of the global demand for opiate raw materials and active pharmaceutical ingredients to the global pharmaceutical industry. The Port Fairy site is an agribusiness that extracts opiate raw material from straw harvested from the Latrobe region in Tasmania and works closely with farmers to achieve high alkaloid yield.

Responsibilities:

Lead a team of analytical chemists and laboratory technicians to develop and validate analytical methods for starting materials, drug substances, active pharmaceutical ingredients and raw agricultural materials.

Achievements:

  • Quality award for contributions to a European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines CEP amendment
  • Plan, execute and report 7 analytical method validations in 2017
  • Work with customers and sister companies to transfer methods and meet regulatory guidelines

LECTURER IN CHEMISTRY, DEAKIN UNIVERSITY, MAY 2012 – OCTOBER 2016

About Deakin University:

The School of Life and Environmental Sciences at Deakin University attracts $4 million annually and leads research focused on national priorities that are important for future social, economic and environmental development and the well-being of Australia and the rest of the world.

Responsibilities:

  • Unit chair of Masters level and undergraduate teaching programs including first year chemistry, advanced analytical chemistry and biochemistry
  • Supervised and mentored postgraduate research students
  • Published in peer reviewed journals and presented at domestic and international conferences
  • Contribute to University community outreach programs including Aspire that invited school students from low SES neighbourhoods in Geelong to experience science first-hand in a laboratory.

Achievements:

  • 2015 Deakin University Vice-Chancellor’s Early Career Researcher Award for Research Excellence
  • Campus coordinator for large introductory chemistry and biochemistry undergraduate courses
  • Chief investigator on ARC Discovery and Linkage grants
  • Awarded an Alfred Deakin Postgraduate Research Fellowship including salary for 2 years and start-up grant

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE II, UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE, MAY 2010 – MAY 2012

About University of Tennessee, Knoxville:

The University of Tennessee is a public university headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, USA with Research Expenditures of $261 million distributed amongst 63 Research Centres and Institutes.

EDUCATION AND TRAINING

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY, WESTERN SYDNEY UNIVERSITY, 2010

Supervisor: Professor R. Andrew Shalliker

Thesis title: Exploring the retention characteristics of π-selective stationary phases and their application in 2D-HPLC.

GRADUATE DIPLOMA OF BIOSTATISTICS, MONASH UNIVERSITY, 2018

Units completed: Introductory Epidemiology (D), Design of Randomised Controlled Trials (HD), Mathematical Background for Biostatistics (HD), Probability and Distribution Theory (D), Principals of Statistical Inference (D), Data Management and Statistical Computing (HD), Linear Models (D) and Categorical Data and Generalised Linear Models (P).

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS), WESTERN SYDNEY UNIVERSITY, 2006

Supervisor: Professor R. Andrew Shalliker

Thesis title: An assessment of the retention behaviour of PAHs on phenyl-type stationary phases in reversed phase liquid chromatography.

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (CHEMISTRY), WESTERN SYDNEY UNIVERSITY, 2005

Other Education and Training

  • Tableau Test Drive – 12-March-2019
  • Meta-analysis methods for randomised trials – beyond the basics: one-day workshop, 9-Nov-2018
  • Practical Decision Making, Australian Institute of Management (from a $1,000 AIM WA Scholarship), 1-Nov-2018 & 2-Nov-2018
  • Introduction to Statistical Analysis of Data from Twins, Twins Research Australia
  • Leadership skills for managers and supervisors (2 day course), Australian Industry Group (AIG), 18-Jul-2017 & 8-Aug-2017

RESEARCH GRANTS

  1. 2018 Australian Institute of Management (AIM) Western Australia scholarship ($1,000).
  2. HPLC 2015 Travel Grant – HPLC2015 Geneva, Switzerland 2015 ($1,500)
  3. Deakin University Central Research Grants Scheme (RM29503), P.G. Stevenson, Z.M. Smith, N.W. Barnett, Quantitative changes to milk proteins along the industrial processing line, 2015 ($18,000)
  4. ARC Discovery Project (DP140100439), N.W. Barnett, P.S. Francis, X.A. Conlan, P.G. Stevenson, R.A. Shalliker, S.J. Haswell, P.R. Fielden, N.J. Goddard, Microfluidic Separation Science: Innovative Technology for Characterising Complex Chemical Systems, 2014 ($320,000 over 3 years commenced 2014)
  5. Deakin University ECR PVC Support Scheme, H. Hussain, P. Stevenson, L. Forgan, G. De Guzman, PROTEAN i12 IEF System, 2014 ($22,000)
  6. ARC Linkage Project (LP130100681), N. Barnett, X. Conlan, P. Francis, P. Stevenson, R. Shalliker, C. Scott, S. Purcell, Identification and Isolation of New Pharmaceutical Opiate Analogues: Today’s Problems Tomorrow’s Solutions, 2013 ($182,000 over 3 years commenced 2013)
  7. CASSS Travel Grant – HPLC2013 Hobart, Australia 2013 ($500)
  8. Science and Industry Endowment Fund (SIEF) – Australian Academy of Science (AAS) Fellowships, 2013 ($3,500)
  9. Deakin University Research Equipment Support Scheme, P. Francis, O. Dean, P. Stevenson, Multidimensional separation and detection system for neuroscience research, 2012 ($100,000)
  10. Alfred Deakin Postgraduate Research Fellowship including salary and start-up grant, Enhancing multidimensional high performance liquid chromatography separations and analysis, 2012 ($150,000 over 2 years commencing 2012)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Statistical Society of Australia – Full MemberRoyal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) – Chartered Member

  • Statistical Society of Australia – Graduate Statistician (2019), Full Member (2018)
  • Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) – Chartered Member (2016)

PROFESSIONAL AWARDS

  • 2019: Winner of Best Poster Award, 40th Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Leuven, Belgium
  • 2017: Sun Pharmaceuticals Australia Quality Award for contributions to a European Directorate for the Quality of Medicines CEP amendment
  • 2015: Deakin University Vice-Chancellor’s Early Career Researcher Award for Research Excellence
  • 2008, 2015: Nominated for the Csaba Horváth Young Scientist Award for outstanding early career researchers
  • 2013: Finalist for the Smart Geelong Network Researcher of the year, Deakin University Early Researcher Award
  • 2013: Selected by the Australian Academy of Science and the scientific review panel of the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings to attend the 63rd Meeting of the Nobel Laureates in Lindau, Germany in 2013
  • 2012: Won a competitive Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
  • 2007 – 2010: University of Western Sydney Post Graduate Research Award

UNIVERSITY TEACHING EXPERIENCE

UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING

Administration and delivery of large undergraduate units at the Geelong Campus including unit development, curating on-line aspects to learning, and management of laboratory demonstrators:

  • SLE212: Biochemistry, Campus Coordinator/Lecturer/Demonstrator, unit size 190 students, 2016
  • SLE311: Chemical Hazards, Unit Chair, offered online at Deakin University, 2015-2016
  • SLE155: Chemistry for the Professional Sciences, Campus Coordinator/Lecturer/Tutor, unit size 300 students, 2014-2015
  • SLE316: Analytical Chemistry, Lecturer, unit size 30 students, 2012-2015
  • SLE314: Research Project Unit, Supervisor, 3 students
  • SLE229: Introduction to Separation Science, Lecturer, unit size 40 students, 2012-2015

POSTGRADUATE TEACHING

  • SSC801/SSC802: Research Frontiers Project (Masters level), Unit Chair, 2016

PHD AND HONOURS SUPERVISION

  • Niki Burns, PhD, Deakin University, 2017 (co-supervisor)
  • Luke Andrighetto, Deakin University, PhD, 2016 (co-supervisor)
  • Brendan Holland, Deakin University, PhD, 2015 (co-supervisor)
  • Danielle Bassanese, Deakin University, PhD, 2014 (co-supervisor)
  • Simone Hameka, Deakin University, Honours, 2016
  • Lachlan Soulsby, Deakin University, Honours, 2016 (co-supervisor)
  • Zara Woolley, Deakin University, Honours, 2015 (co-supervisor)

ACADEMIC SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP

  • School of Life and Environmental Sciences: Research Fellows Day (committee), Deakin University (November 2015 and 2016)
  • School of Life and Environmental Sciences: seminar series (coordinator), Deakin University (2016)
  • School of Life and Environmental Sciences academic progress and discipline committee, Deakin University
  • 2012 RACI R&D Topics conference (committee), Deakin University, Geelong

ONLINE PROFILES

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

This citation report was generated with metrics collected by Scopus (Scopus author ID: 23101537800) on 11Jan2019. Scopus journal CiteScore metrics were downloaded from scopus.com (CiteScore Metrics 2011-2017, download 25May2018) and journal impact factors are from the Journal Citation Reports 2018 (sourced from ResearchGate.com).

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. C.S. Milroy, P.G. Stevenson, M. Mnatasakyan and R.A. Shalliker, Multidimensional high-performance liquid chromatography, in Hyphenated and Alternative Methods of Detection in Chromatography, 251-285 (2011).

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. P.K. Marshall, A. Durdle, R. Hayes, P.G. Stevenson and X.A. Conlan, Why do street signs taste so good?; a community ballistics project, Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, DOI: 10.1080/00450618.2019.1568551 (2019) [CiteScore: 0.72].
  2. X.A. Conlan, A. Durdle, C. Pearson, R. Hayes, Z. Woolley and P.G. StevensonApplication of a digital stringing protocol on buried fabrics, Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, DOI: 10.1080/00450618.2019.1569142 (2019) [CiteScore: 0.72].
  3. N.K. Burns, T.D. Ashton, P.G. Stevenson, J.R. Pearson, I.L. Fox, F.M. Pfeffer, P.S. Francis, Z.M. Smith, N.W. Barnett, L. Chen, J.M. White and X.A. Conlan, Extraction, identification and detection of synthetic cannabinoids found pre-ban in herbal products in Victoria, Australia, Forensic Chemistry, 7, 19-25 (2018) [CiteScore: 1.2].
  4. P.G. Stevenson, N.K. Burns, S.D. Purcell, P.S. Francis, N.W. Barnett, F. Fry and X.A. Conlan, Application of 2D-HPLC coupled with principal component analysis to study an industrial opiate processing stream, Talanta, 166, 119-125 (2017) [CiteScore: 4.26, impact factor: 4.244, citations: 2].
  5. L.M. Andrighetto, L.C. Henderson, J.R. Pearson, P.G. Stevenson and X.A. Conlan, Influence of base on nitro-aldol (Henry) reaction products for alternative clandestine pathways, Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences, 48, 684-693 (2016) [CiteScore: 0.72].
  6. K. Quayle, G. Clemens, T.G. Sorribes, H.M. Kinvig, P.G. Stevenson, X.A. Conlan and M.J. Baker, Elemental and molecular profiling of licit, illicit, and niche tobacco, Forensic Science International, 266, 549-554 (2016) [CiteScore: 2.14, impact factor: 1.974, citations: 3].
  7. L.M. Andrighetto, N.K. Burns, P.G. Stevenson, J.R. Pearson, L.C. Henderson, C.J. Bowen and X.A. Conlan, In-silico optimisation of two-dimensional high performance liquid chromatography for the determination of Australian methamphetamine seizure samples, Forensic Science International, 266, 511-516 (2016) [CiteScore: 2.14, impact factor: 1.974, citations: 3].
  8. N.K. Burns, L.M. Andrighetto, X.A. Conlan, S.D. Purcell, N.W. Barnett, J. Denning, P.S. Francis and P.G. StevensonBlind column selection protocol for two-dimensional high performance liquid chromatography, Talanta, 154, 85-91 (2016) [CiteScore: 4.26, impact factor: 4.244, citations: 2].
  9. B.J. Holland, X.A. Conlan, P.S. Francis, N.W. Barnett and P.G. StevensonOvercoming solvent mismatch limitations in 2D-HPLC with temperature programming of isocratic mobile phases, Analytical Methods, 8, 1293-1298 (2016) [CiteScore: 2.11, impact factor: 2.073, citations: 2].
  10. P.G. StevensonResolving natural compound complexity with multidimensional chromatography, European Pharmaceutical Review, 21, 40-42 (2016) [CiteScore: 0.12].
  11. J. Pandohee, P.G. Stevenson, X.A. Conlan, X.-R. Zhou and O.A.H. Jones, Off-line two-dimensional liquid chromatography for metabolomics: an example using Agaricus bisporus mushrooms exposed to UV irradiation, Metabolomics, 11, 939-951 (2015) [CiteScore: 3.19, impact factor: 3.511, citations: 5].
  12. J. Pandohee, B.J. Holland, B. Li, T. Tsuzuki, P.G. Stevenson, N.W. Barnett, J.R. Pearson, O.A.H. Jones and X.A. Conlan, Screening of cannabinoids in industrial-grade hemp using two-dimensional liquid chromatography coupled with acidic potassium permanganate chemiluminescence detection, Journal of Separation Science, 38, 2024-2032 (2015) [CiteScore: 2.42, impact factor: 2.415, citations: 10].
  13. D.N. Bassanese, B.J. Holland, X.A. Conlan, P.S. Francis, N.W. Barnett and P.G. StevensonProtocols for finding the most orthogonal dimensions for two-dimensional high performance liquid chromatography, Talanta, 134, 402-408 (2015) [CiteScore: 4.26, impact factor: 4.244, citations: 11].
  14. D.N. Bassanese, X.A. Conlan, N.W. Barnett and P.G. StevensonAssessing the detectability of antioxidants in two-dimensional high-performance liquid chromatography, Journal of Separation Science, 38, 1642-1648 (2015) [CiteScore: 2.42, impact factor: 2.415, citations: 1].
  15. K.B. Spilstead, S.J. Haswell, N.W. Barnett, X.A. Conlan, P.G. Stevenson and P.S. Francis, Development of a resin based silica monolithic column encapsulation, Analytical Methods, 7, 4908-4911 (2015) [CiteScore: 2.11, impact factor: 2.073, citations: 1].
  16. D.N. Bassanese, A. Soliven, X.A. Conlan, R.A. Shalliker, N.W. Barnett and P.G. StevensonA non-destructive test to assess the axial heterogeneity of in situ modified monoliths for HPLC, Analytical Methods, 7, 7177-7185 (2015) [CiteScore: 2.11, impact factor: 2.073, citations: 3].
  17. J. Pandohee, P.G. Stevenson, M.J.S. Spencer and O.A.H. Jones, Multi-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography and Metabolomics, Are Two Dimensions Better Than One?, Current Metabolomics, 3, 10-20 (2015)
  18. L.M. Andrighetto, P.G. Stevenson, J.R. Pearson, L.C. Henderson and X.A. Conlan, DryLab® optimised two-dimensional high performance liquid chromatography for differentiation of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine based methamphetamine samples, Forensic Science International, 244, 302-305 (2014) [CiteScore: 2.14, impact factor: 1.974, citations: 5].
  19. B.J. Holland, J.L. Adcock, P.N. Nesterenko, A. Peristyy, P.G. Stevenson, N.W. Barnett, X.A. Conlan and P.S. Francis, The importance of chain length for the polyphosphate enhancement of acidic potassium permanganate chemiluminescence, Analytica Chimica Acta, 842, 35-41 (2014) [CiteScore: 5.06, impact factor: 5.123, citations: 4].
  20. B.J. Holland, X.A. Conlan, P.G. Stevenson, S. Tye, A. Reker, N.W. Barnett, J.L. Adcock and P.S. Francis, Determination of neurotransmitters and their metabolites using one- and two-dimensional liquid chromatography with acidic potassium permanganate chemiluminescence detection, Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry, 406, 5669-5676 (2014) [CiteScore: 3.08, impact factor: 3.307, citations: 15].
  21. J.J. Stankovich, F. Gritti, P.G. Stevenson, P. Vajda, L.A. Beaver and G. Guiochon, Volume based vs. time based chromatograms: Reproducibility of data for gradient separations under high and low pressure conditions, Journal of Chromatography A, 1343, 79-90 (2014) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 1].
  22. P.G. Stevenson, D.N. Bassanese, X.A. Conlan and N.W. Barnett, Improving peak shapes with counter gradients in two-dimensional high performance liquid chromatography, Journal of Chromatography A, 1337, 147-154 (2014) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 21].
  23. J.J. Stankovich, F. Gritti, P.G. Stevenson, L.A. Beaver and G. Guiochon, Very high pressure liquid chromatography using core-shell particles: Quantitative analysis of fast gradient separations without post-run times, Journal of Chromatography A, 1325, 99-108 (2014) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 7].
  24. J.J. Stankovich, F. Gritti, P.G. Stevenson, L.A. Beaver and G. Guiochon, Very high pressure liquid chromatography using fully porous particles: Quantitative analysis of fast gradient separations without post-run times, Journal of Chromatography A, 1324, 155-163 (2014) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 3].
  25. A. Soliven, G.R. Dennis, E.F. Hilder, R. AndrewShalliker and P.G. StevensonThe development of the in situ modification of 1st generation analytical scale silica monoliths, Chromatographia, 77, 663-671 (2014) [CiteScore: 1.38, citations: 12].
  26. D.N. Bassanese, A. Soliven, P.G. Stevenson, G.R. Dennis, N.W. Barnett, R.A. Shalliker and X.A. Conlan, Investigating retention characteristics of a mixed-mode stationary phase and the enhancement of monolith selectivity for high-performance liquid chromatography, Journal of Separation Science, 37, 1937-1943 (2014) [CiteScore: 2.42, impact factor: 2.415, citations: 7].
  27. L.M. Andrighetto, F.M. Pfeffer, P.G. Stevenson, S.M. Hickey, G.J. Barbante and X.A. Conlan, Three step synthesis of N-methylalanine – A precursor to ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, and methamphetamine, Journal of the Clandestine Laboratory Investigating Chemists Association, 24, 33-37 (2014)
  28. J.J. Stankovich, F. Gritti, L.A. Beaver, P.G. Stevenson and G. Guiochon, Fast gradient separation by very high pressure liquid chromatography: Reproducibility of analytical data and influence of delay between successive runs, Journal of Chromatography A, 1318, 122-133 (2013) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 4].
  29. P.G. Stevenson and G. Guiochon, Cumulative area of peaks in a multidimensional high performance liquid chromatogram, Journal of Chromatography A, 1308, 79-85 (2013) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 6].
  30. J.J. Stankovich, F. Gritti, P.G. Stevenson and G. Guiochon, The impact of column connection on band broadening in very high pressure liquid chromatography, Journal of Separation Science, 36, 2709-2717 (2013) [CiteScore: 2.42, impact factor: 2.415, citations: 18].
  31. P.G. Stevenson, X.A. Conlan and N.W. Barnett, Evaluation of the asymmetric least squares baseline algorithm through the accuracy of statistical peak moments, Journal of Chromatography A, 1284, 107-111 (2013) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 16].
  32. P.G. Stevenson, D.N. Bassanese, N.W. Barnett and X.A. Conlan, Improved 2D-HPLC of red wine by incorporating pre-process signal-smoothing algorithms, Journal of Separation Science, 36, 3503-3510 (2013) [CiteScore: 2.42, impact factor: 2.415, citations: 4].
  33. P.G. Stevenson, H. Gao, F. Gritti and G. Guiochon, Removing the ambiguity of data processing methods: Optimizing the location of peak boundaries for accurate moment calculations, Journal of Separation Science, 36, 279-287 (2013) [CiteScore: 2.42, impact factor: 2.415, citations: 24].
  34. P.G. Stevenson and G. Guiochon, Retention divergence of terpenes with porous graphitized carbon and C18stationary phases, Journal of Chromatography A, 1247, 57-62 (2012) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 7].
  35. H. Gao, P.G. Stevenson, F. Gritti and G. Guiochon, Investigations on the calculation of the third moments of elution peaks. I: Composite signals generated by adding up a mathematical function and experimental noise, Journal of Chromatography A, 1222, 81-89 (2012) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 17].
  36. P.G. Stevenson, A. Tarafder and G. Guiochon, Comprehensive two-dimensional chromatography with coupling of reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography and supercritical fluid chromatography, Journal of Chromatography A, 1220, 175-178 (2012) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 16].
  37. P.G. Stevenson, F. Gritti and G. Guiochon, Automated methods for the location of the boundaries of chromatographic peaks, Journal of Chromatography A, 1218, 8255-8263 (2011) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 37].
  38. P.G. Stevenson, J.N. Fairchild and G. Guiochon, Retention mechanism divergence of a mixed mode stationary phase for high performance liquid chromatography, Journal of Chromatography A, 1218, 1822-1827 (2011) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 20].
  39. P.G. Stevenson, M. Mnatsakanyan, G.R. Dennis and R.A. Shalliker, Selectivity in separation using p electron-rich stationary phases for the comprehensive two-dimensional analysis of café espresso, Journal of Separation Science, 34, 21-26 (2011) [CiteScore: 2.42, impact factor: 2.415, citations: 1].
  40. M. Mnatsakanyan, P.G. Stevenson, D. Shock, X.A. Conlan, T.A. Goodie, K.N. Spencer, N.W. Barnett, P.S. Francis and R.A. Shalliker, The assessment of p-p Selective stationary phases for two-dimensional HPLC analysis of foods: Application to the analysis of coffee, Talanta, 82, 1349-1357 (2010) [CiteScore: 4.26, impact factor: 4.244, citations: 21].
  41. M. Mnatsakanyan, P.G. Stevenson, X.A. Conlan, P.S. Francis, T.A. Goodie, G.P. McDermott, N.W. Barnett and R.A. Shalliker, The analysis of café espresso using two-dimensional reversed phase-reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography with UV-absorbance and chemiluminescence detection, Talanta, 82, 1358-1363 (2010) [CiteScore: 4.26, impact factor: 4.244, citations: 15].
  42. R.A. Shalliker, P.G. Stevenson, D. Shock, M. Mnatsakanyan, P.K. Dasgupta and G. Guiochon, Application of power functions to chromatographic data for the enhancement of signal to noise ratios and separation resolution, Journal of Chromatography A, 1217, 5693-5699 (2010) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 14].
  43. P.G. Stevenson, A. Soliven, G.R. Dennis, F. Gritti, G. Guiochon and R.A. Shalliker, p-Selective stationary phases: (III) Influence of the propyl phenyl ligand density on the aromatic and methylene selectivity of aromatic compounds in reversed phase liquid chromatography, Journal of Chromatography A, 1217, 5377-5383 (2010) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 14].
  44. P.G. Stevenson, K.J. Mayfield, A. Soliven, G.R. Dennis, F. Gritti, G. Guiochon and R.A. Shalliker, p-Selective stationary phases: (I) Influence of the spacer chain length of phenyl type phases on the aromatic and methylene selectivity of aromatic compounds in reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography, Journal of Chromatography A, 1217, 5358-5364 (2010) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 17].
  45. P.G. Stevenson, F. Gritti, G. Guiochon, K.J. Mayfield, G.R. Dennis and R.A. Shalliker, p-Selective stationary phases: (II) Adsorption behaviour of substituted aromatic compounds on n-alkyl-phenyl stationary phases, Journal of Chromatography A, 1217, 5365-5376 (2010) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 11].
  46. P.G. Stevenson, M. Mnatsakanyan, G. Guiochon and R.A. Shalliker, Peak picking and the assessment of separation performance in two-dimensional high performance liquid chromatography, Analyst, 135, 1541-1550 (2010) [impact factor: 3.864, citations: 28].
  47. P.G. Stevenson, M. Mnatsakanyan, A.R. Francis and R.A. Shalliker, A discussion on the process of defining 2-D separation selectivity, Journal of Separation Science, 33, 1405-1413 (2010) [CiteScore: 2.42, impact factor: 2.415, citations: 8].
  48. F. Gritti, I. Leonardis, D. Shock, P. Stevenson, A. Shalliker and G. Guiochon, Performance of columns packed with the new shell particles, Kinetex-C18, Journal of Chromatography A, 1217, 1589-1603 (2010) [CiteScore: 3.81, impact factor: 3.716, citations: 179].
  49. P.G. Stevenson and R.A. Shalliker, An illustration of the physical robustness of silica monolithic rod columns, Analytical Methods, 2, 93-95 (2010) [CiteScore: 2.11, impact factor: 2.073, citations: 5].
  50. P.G. Stevenson, A. Soliven, G.R. Dennis and R.A. Shalliker, Phenyl-type and C1 stationary phases for environmentally friendlier chromatography, Journal of Separation Science, 32, 3880-3889 (2009) [CiteScore: 2.42, impact factor: 2.415, citations: 3].
  51. P.G. Stevenson, S. Kayillo, G.R. Dennis and R.A. Shalliker, Effects of p-p interactions on the separation of PAHs on phenyl-type stationary phases, Journal of Liquid Chromatography and Related Technologies, 31, 324-347 (2008) [CiteScore: 0.81, citations: 17].

SEMINARS

  1. P.G. StevensonRemoving the Guesswork from Multidimensional Chromatography, Curtin University, Perth, WA, Australia (2015).
  2. P.G. StevensonChromatography in the 21st Century, RMIT University, Melbourne, Vic., Australia (2014).
  3. P.G. Stevenson and X.A. Conlan, Analytical Chemistry: A View From Down Under, University of Central Lancashire, Lancashire, UK (2013).
  4. P.G. Stevenson and G. Guiochon, Data analysis in multidimensional high performance liquid chromatography, Pittcon, Orlando, Florida, USA (2012).

CONFERENCE SUBMISSIONS

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

  1. P.G. Stevenson, M.N. Cooper, An Approach to Project Workflow for Professional Biostatistical Services, UserR!2019, Toulouse, France (2019).
  2. P.G. StevensonA Digital Stringing Protocol for Bloodstain Pattern Analysis on Complex Backgrounds, ANZFSS2016, Auckland, New Zealand (2016).
  3. P.G. StevensonFingerprint Analysis of Papaver Somniferum, RACI Analytical and Environmental Division National Symposium (Anachem2016), Flinders University City Campus, Adelaide, SA, Australia (2016).
  4. P.G. StevensonTowards the statistical classification of ICE manufacture pathways, Agilent Young Scientist Forum, Melbourne, Vic., Australia (2016).
  5. P.G. Stevenson, J. Denning, N. Burns, L. Andrighetto, X. Conlan and N. Barnett, Liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry guided column selection for two-dimensional high performance liquid chromatography, HPLC2015, Geneva, Switzerland (2015) – nominated for the 2015 Csaba Horvath Award (2015).
  6. P.G. StevensonIn silico method development for multidimensional chromatography, VSASS, online conference (2015).
  7. P.G. StevensonContributions to peak measurement and 2D-HPLC: 2008-2012, VSASS, online conference (2015).
  8. P.G. Stevenson, D.N. Bassanese and N.W. Barnett, Counter gradients in two-dimensional high performance liquid chromatography: successfully coupling incompatible systems, HPLC2014, New Orleans, LA, USA (2014).
  9. P.G. Stevenson, A. Tarafder, P.B. Filson, N. Labbe and G. Guiochon, An Economical Multidimensional Chromatographic Approach to the Analysis of Switchgrass Extractives, HPLC2013, Hobart, TAS, Australia (2013).
  10. P.G. Stevenson, A. Tarafder and G. Guiochon, A Two-dimensional Approach to the Analysis of Switchgrass Extracts, 9th Balaton symposium on high-performance separation methods, Siofok, Hungary (2013).
  11. P.G. Stevenson, G.R. Dennis and R.A. Shalliker, Optimisation of the alkyl chain spacer length on phenyl stationary phases for the industrial separation of aromatic compounds, ACROSS Symposium on Advances in Separation Science (ASASS), Hobart, Tas., Australia (2008).
  12. P.G. Stevenson, K.J. Mayfield, A. Soliven, G.R. Dennis, G. Guiochon and R.A. Shalliker, Retention behaviour of Alkyl Phenyl Stationary Phases, HPLC2008, Baltimore, MD, USA – nominated for the 2008 Csaba Horvath Award (2008).

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

  1. P.G. Stevenson, M.N. Cooper, An Approach to Project Workflow for Professional Biostatistical Services, 40th Annual Conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics, Leuven, Belgium (2019) – Winner of Best Poster Award.
  2. P. Stevenson, D. Bassanese, X. Conlan and N. Barnett, Data Pre-Processing Technique for Fast Multidimensional High Performance Liquid Chromatography, HPLC2013, Amsterdam, Netherlands (2013).
  3. P.G. Stevenson, K.J. Mayfield, A. Soliven, F. Gritti, G.R. Dennis, N. Reddy, G. Guiochon and R.A. Shalliker, Optimisation of the Alkyl Chain Spacer Length on Phenyl Stationary Phases for the Industrial Separation of Aromatic Compounds, Prep2008, San Jose, CA, USA (2008).

EDITORIALS

  1. P.G. StevensonResolving natural compound complexity with multidimensional chromatography, European Pharmaceutical Review, 25, 40-42 (2014).
  2. J. Pandohee, P.G. Stevenson, X.A. Conlan and O.A.H. Jones, Two-dimensional HPLC analysis of complex matrices using a standard 1260 Agilent Infinity LC system, Agilent and Academia Discover the World Together (2014).
  3. P.G. StevensonData processing for 2D-LC: Where are we heading?, Bioanalysis, 5, 2867-2869 (2013).
  4. P.G. StevensonSolvent Games in 2D-LC, The Analytical Scientist, 1214, 304 (2004).
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