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.

  • Nicki Jackson

    Nicki Jackson says her dream job would not have been possible without her time at Tāmaki.

  • Cristy Trewartha

    PhD candidate Cristy Trewartha has been working in family violence prevention for the past 12 years.

  • Jamie Stavert

    Integrating research with international travel has been an aspect of Jamie Stavert’s PhD that he’s thoroughly enjoyed, but he admits it comes second to his passion for all things insect.