Abel Ang had heard New Zealanders were friendly but was unprepared for just how willing to help other researchers at the University of Otago, Christchurch, turned out to be.
Her father’s battle with colorectal cancer inspired Bailey Kennedy to pursue a career in medical research.
PhD student, Gabriella Lindberg, is part of a team working on the difficult task of printing large, viable pieces of cartilage to ultimately be used as replacement tissue in human surgery.
Skiing, socialising with work mates, and great research opportunities are all reasons George Wiggins recommends postgraduate study at the University of Otago, Christchurch.
Rebekah Crake grew up in Christchurch and wanted to stay in her home town while she did postgraduate study.
“If you think of a chromosome as a shoelace, the telomere is like the protective plastic cap on the end, ‘’ says geneticist Sarah Jodczyk.
A Summer Studentship project at the University of Otago, Christchurch, opened up a world of opportunity for Teagan Hoskin – including a research job in London and a clinically-focused PhD.