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Study Asia-Pacific Biocultural Health

Anatomy museum student at laptop
A student studies in the W D Trotter Anatomy Museum at the University of Otago.

The fields of study relating to Asia-Pacific Biocultural Health reach across a wide range of disciplines in the Divisions of Health Sciences, Sciences, and Humanities:

Postgraduate study

Student development research day

Asia-Pacific Biocultural Health: Past and Present held a Student Development Research Day on the Friday, 9 December 2016.

We especially encouraged Māori, Pacific Island, and Southeast Asian scholars. We considered all prospective applicants from New Zealand, Australia, the Pacific, and Southeast Asia. Local prospective students were also encouraged to attend the research day.

Postgraduate Research Topics included

  • Archaeology
  • Biological Anthropology
  • Biomedical Genetics
  • Child and Public Health
  • Dental Epidemiology
  • Evolutionary Medicine
  • History
  • Medical (Social) Anthropology
  • Sociology

We hope to report soon on outcomes from the the day.

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Undergraduate study