Tāmaki Innovation Campus


Tāmaki Update - July 2019


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Message from the Head of Campus

Kia ora Colleagues,

It was great to see a very good turnout at the networking event on the last day of classes for Semester 1. Please keep an eye out for additional activities at Tāmaki that are part of this year’s Tāmaki Campus Life Programme. Read more

 

Donna Ricci

SAFER WORKING ENVIRONMENTS FOR MĀORI MEDICS

Dr Donna Cormack (Kai Tahu, Kāti Mamoe) has always been drawn to research that has a social justice focus, that is critical and that aims to improve things/change things for the better. Read more

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UNRAVELLING DIETARY DETERMINANTS OF DISEASE

Big data is about to play a vital role in New Zealanders’ dietary health, thanks to Dr Kathryn Bradbury and her Sir Charles Hercus Health Research Fellowship grant. Read more

 

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CHANGING THE PRE-DIABETES TRAJECTORY

PhD candidate Julienne Faletau is no stranger to the effect of Type 2 diabetes, with the disease affecting close family. Read more

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RECOGNISING A GLITTERING CAREER IN CANCER RESEARCH

Dr Sandar Tin Tin is swapping the gentle suburban walk to Tamaki Campus from her nearby home, for the gleaming spires of Oxford, as the recipient of the Girdlers’ New Zealand HRC Fellowship. Read more

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RACIAL AND ETHICAL BIAS STUDY

“Is there racial and ethnical bias amongst nurses?”, asks PhD candidate Sonia Hawkins. A $128,899 scholarship from the Health Research Council will enable Sonia to understand and find ways to address issues. Read more

 

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CAMPUS CULTURE HIGHLIGHTS FROM LONGEST SERVING STAFFER

Kevin Taylor shares his recollections of life at Tāmaki, which, for him make up a significant chunk of his working life. Read more