We strive for high quality research that changes the world.
Our researchers are improving people's health, changing local and central government policies, contributing to best practice guidelines, creating spin-off companies to commercialise discoveries, and building capability by training the next generation of scientists.
By forming meaningful relationships with stakeholders, creating strong networks with other researchers and being advocates for policy change we are achieving success for our communities.
Read how researchers are generating benefits including health, societal, cultural, economic or environmental factors at the individual, whānau and community level.
Impacts of Research 2020
Download the pdf of the eight case studies:
Impacts of Research 2020 (PDF)
Support is available through seminars and one-on-one sessions for researchers looking to apply for grants.
Seminars are available for departments and groups as requested, examples of topics can include:
- Types of impact and activity planning
- Logic model creation for your research
- Making a measurement plan for your research
Maria Larcombe, Research Fellow in Research Impact, is available for 30 minutes one-on-one support every Monday at 1:00pm and 1:30pm and every Thursday at 2:00pm and 2:30pm. If you are interested in booking an appointment with Maria please email her and she will send the bookings link.
A Microsoft Teams page is also available with impact resources. Please email Maria if you would like to be added to the Team.
The Division of Health Sciences annual open forum will be back next year.
Previous Health Sciences forums
- 2021 Otago Spotlight Series: Achieving Health Equity
- 2018 Otago Spotlight Series: Infectious Disease Research
- 2017 Otago Spotlight Series: Child Health Research
- 2016 Otago Spotlight Series: Cardiovascular Disease
- 2015 Otago Spotlight Series: Cancer Research
- 2014 Health Sciences Research Forum: Learning Different Research Languages
He Kitenga – University of Otago research highlights
The University of Otago produces this publication highlighting examples of research excellence from around the University.
The Otago Magazine includes stories about University research and the achievements of our staff, students, and alumni.