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The UOC Research Seminar Series is held every Thursday morning from 11.00am during the academic year.

The next UOC Research Seminar

Date Thursday 3 June 2021, 11.00am
Venue Rolleston Lecture Theatre and Zoom
Seminar title Common IP issues
Presenter

David Grimmett

Affiliation Research and Enterprise, University of Otago

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Seminar notices and reminders are emailed weekly. If you would like to receive these seminar notifications, contact:

Alice Milnes
Email alice.milnes@otago.ac.nz

UOC Research Seminar recordings

When we have permission from the presenter(s), we are recording their seminar so those unable to attend can access them. All available recordings are listed here:

Nutrition in medicine: to C or not to C (what the clinical trials are telling us)

Members of the Nutrition in Medicine Group - Associate Professor Anitra Carr, Dr Patrice Rosengrave and Dr Emma Spencer - presented at the UOC Research Seminar Series on 27 May 2021.


Presentations from PhD candidates at the UOC

Three PhD candidates presented at the seminar series on Thursday 15 April 2021: Hamish Farquhar (Medicine) presented on rheumatoid interstitial lung disease in Canterbury; Xihua Lian (Pathology and Biomedical Science discussed the application of MARS spectral CT in diagnosing invasive aspergillosis in mice; and Cassie Stylianou presented on rare copy number variants and endometrial cancer risk.


Environmental Monitoring Using eDNA

Dr Lara Urban from the Gemmell Laboratory, Department of Anatomy, University of Otago presented via Zoom on Thursday 8 April 2021.


RNA sequencing of non-coding RNAs in ischaemic heart disease 

PhD candidate Zoe Ward from the Christchurch Heart Institute, Department of Medicine gave her exit seminar on Thursday 18 March.


Decoding GWAS loci and translating the variome of the Pacific

Dr Megan Leask from the Department of Biochemistry, University of Otago presented on Thursday 4 March.

2020 UOC Research Seminar recordings