Tāmaki Innovation Campus


Our students

The Faculties of Medical and Health Sciences, and Science provide opportunities for postgraduate study at the Tāmaki Innovation Campus.

  • Sandar TinTin

    Dr Sandar TinTin was inspired to specialise in the area of public health when working as a medical resident.

  • Jonathan Rawstorn

    Jonathan Rawstorn is developing an alternative method for delivering supervised exercise-based cardiac rehabilitiation programmes.

  • Erena Wikaire

    Māori and Pacific students’ experiences within the education system have a particular resonance for Erena Wikaire, who has just completed a Master of Public Health.

  • Kristina Zawaly

    Kristina Zawaly’s research project is being funded by a University of Auckland Doctoral Scholarship.

  • Colleen McMilin

    PhD student, Colleen McMilin, is shedding new light on food allergies and is planning to pursue a career in academia.

  • Josie Galbraith

    Josie Galbraith is undertaking her PhD at the School of Biological Sciences.

  • Elaine Umali

    Elaine Umali's research into mHealth has been supported by the Fred Hollows Foundation NZ.

  • Svetlana Feigin

    The subject of altruistic offending has captured, fascinated and changed Psychology PhD student Svetlana Feigin’s life.

  • Charlotte Connell

    Charlotte Connoll's research is evaluating the powerful effects of caffeine on both visual and cognitive capabilities.

  • Nouran Ragaban

    School of Population Health eHealth student, Nouran Ragaban, says research is intriguing with so many possibilities.

  • Areej Asad

    Areej Asad is a Speech Science PhD student with a University of Auckland Doctoral Scholarship.

  • Patrick Garvey

    Biological Sciences student, Patrick Garvey, has a particular interest in the consequences of introducing predatory mammals into New Zealand’s ecosystem.

  • Hayley MacDonald

    Sport & Exercise Science student's doctoral study is supported by a W & B Miller Postgraduate Scholarship.

  • Giriraj Singh Shekhawat

    Audiology PhD student, Giriraj Singh Shekhawat, won the 2012 HealthEx Award for Applied and Clinical Science.