Biological sciences shaping tomorrow
Our School of Biomedical Sciences is delivering science that is transforming our world.
Our work is vital to healthcare professions, our productive sector, and to our unique flora and fauna.
Together our staff and students are shaping our futures for Aotearoa, the Pacific, and beyond.
Mā te kimi ka kite, mā te kite ka mōhio, ma te mōhio ka mārama.
Seek and discover, discover and know, know and be enlightened.
Otago part of national research platform
The University of Otago is a key member of a newly developed research platform d...
Celebrating 20 years of Neuroendocrinology Centre
The Centre for Neuroendocrinology (CNE) will be hosting a 20th Anniversary Sympo...
Rhodes Scholarship for excellence, leadership and commitment to community
Huge congratulations to Otago graduate Isaac Heron who has been awarded a Rhodes...
Discarded teeth offer insight into Victorian-era New Zealand
Four years ago, hundreds of teeth from a past era were uncovered on an Invercarg...
Otago academic elected to TEU Committee
Professor Siân Halcrow, from the Department of Anatomy, has been elected as Te T...
Otago researchers receive Fellowships
The impact of housing on mental health and how hormones regulate parents’ behavi...
Early career researchers committed to making a difference
Areas ranging from pain management to the rise of pseudolaw are the focus for th...
Otago alumnus Professor Chris Greening awarded prestigious Australian Prime Minister’s Science Prize
Warmest congratulations to Otago alumnus and Monash University Professor Chris G...
Critical step made for managing brushtail possums
Researchers say mapping the genetic code of the brushtail possum will benefit th...
Research on female fertility receives grant from global consortium
Menopause is often described as puberty’s evil older sister, but can reproductiv...
World-leading virus hunter Professor Jemma Geoghegan honoured
It has been quite the journey these past few months for Otago Professor Jemma Ge...
$1.1m for Otago researchers
Otago researchers will be getting to the heart of one of New Zealand’s biggest h...