Otago bioarchaeologist’s 1,000-year-old discovery unravels clues about use of psychoactive plants for ritual purposes
Tuesday 7 May 2019 12:17pm
New PhD research opportunities in the Department of Anatomy. Applications close 21 July 2019.
Like the proverbial iceberg, Anatomy at Otago is about more than just bones and muscles, it’s about people: How we begin life and how we develop, how we move and how we function, how we remember and how we forget...
It’s about the various journeys we have taken from our ancient past, and the issues we face as individuals and populations today.
It’s about us. Our story.
The Department is divided into four main research areas that explore different aspects of our story...
The Department doesn't just research these topics, we also teach them: from first year papers that cover basic human biology through to highly specialised 400 level papers and beyond.
Our degrees are designed in such a way that students can choose papers that play to their strengths and really interest them... whether they are doing our BSc in Anatomy or one of our many postgraduate degrees.
Our lectures and labs are as interesting as they are diverse and our lecturers consistently win awards for their teaching.
Our researchers and students collaborate with leading institutions and universities all around the world, and our alumni end up in diverse careers all over the globe. Some even change our lives!
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