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Poutama Ara Rau Associate Investigators

Note that is simply a representative example of our Otago staff who have been leading disciplinary Indigenous learning initiatives and see the critical need to collectivise with multi-disciplinary research aspirations at the forefront.  All bring a mix of kaupapa Māori, quantitate and qualitative skills.

Name

Department

Research Expertise

Research Role

Professor John BroughtonFaculty of DentistryMāori dentistryLeadership
Suzanne DuncanTe Tumu - School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies (Lecturer and current PhD student)Māori societyCurriculum & Innovation
Anaru EketoneDepartment of Sociology, Gender & Social Work (PhD student)Kaupapa Māori methodologiesCurriculum
Dr James GreenSchool of PharmacySocial psychology including qualitative methods and studies of Māori student experiences in pharmacyCurriculum
Tania HuriaMIHI - Māori/Indigenous Health InstituteHauora Māori and nursingCurriculum
Dr Tristram InghamMedicine (Wellington)Hauora Māori, Kaupapa Māori researchCurriculum
Dr Anne-Marie JacksonSchool of Physical Education, Sport & Exercise SciencesMātauranga Māori, Hauora MāoriLeadership, Innovation, Curriculum
Bernadette JonesMedicine (Wellington)Hauora Māori, Kaupapa Māori methodologies, qualitative researchCurriculum
Fran KeweneMedicine (Lecturer and current Masters student)Hauora Māori, science communicationInnovation
Lou KeweneDepartment of MusicMāori music and app technologyInnovation
Dr Cameron LaceyMIHI - Māori/Indigenous Health Insitute and Psychological Medicine (Christchurch)Hauora MāoriCurriculum
Dr Bev LawtonWomen's Health Research Centre (Wellington)Hauora MāoriLeadership
Dr Louise Parr-BrownlieDepartment of Anatomy & Structural BiologyNeurology, Māori in the SciencesLeadership
Associate Professor Lachy PatersonTe Tumu - School of Māori, Pacific & Indigenous StudiesTe Reo Māori and historyCurriculum
Dr Robin QuiggScholarships Manager, Graduate Research SchoolHauora Māori, geography, quantitative researchInnovation
Tangiwai RewiTe Tumu - School of Māori, Pacific & Indigenous Studies (Senior Lecturer and current PhD student)Kaupapa Māori methodologies, education, Te Reo MāoriCurriculum
Dr Stephen ScottDirector of First Year ExperienceFirst Year Māori student successLeadership
Dr Michael StevensDepartment of History & Art HistoryMāori historyLeadership
Dr Reremoana TheodoreDepartment of PsychologyHauora Māori and education impactsCurriculum
Dr Anna ThompsonDepartment of TourismRecreational tourism and MāoriLeadership
Kelli Te MaiharoaCollege of Education (Lecturer and current PhD student)Māori secondary school educationCurriculum
Andrew WaaDepartment of Public Health (Wellington)Hauora MāoriLeadership
Associate Professor Angela WanhallaDepartment of History & Art HistoryMāori historyCurriculum
Dr Paerau WarbrickTe Tumu - School of Māori, Pacific & Indigenous StudiesMāori legal historyCurriculum