Thesis title: Decriminalisation: A harm minimisation and human rights approach to regulating sex work
Primary Supervisor: Associate Professor Elisabeth Wells
For more information on Gillian's work, please contact the Department of Public Health and General Practice at email@example.com.
Thesis title: Dissecting the protective memory immune response against tuberculosis
Primary Supervisor: Professor Brett Delahunt
For more information on Lisa's work, please contact the Department of Pathology at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thesis title: Pathological phenotyping in the management of asthma
Primary Supervisor: Professor D Robin Taylor
For more information on Dougie's work, please contact the Department of Public Health and General Practice at email@example.com.
Thesis title: The molecular basis of fibrinogen disease: Structure, function and pathology
Primary Supervisor: Professor Stephen Brennan
For more information on Ryan's work, please contact the Department of Pathology at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thesis title: Characterisation of the neuropathological and behavioural deficits in a novel rat model of repeated hypoxic brain injury during the equivalent of extreme prematurity.
Primary Supervisor: Associate Professor Dorothy Oorschot
For more information on Sarah’s work, please contact the Department of Anatomy at email@example.com.
Thesis title: Epigenetic programming and in vitro fertilisation
Primary Supervisor: Professor Ian Morison
For more information on Verity's work, please contact the Department of Biochemistry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thesis title: Left atrial pressure in chronic heart failure
Primary Supervisor: Professor Mark Richards
For more information on Jay's work, please contact the Department of Medicine, University of Otago, Christchurch at email@example.com.
Thesis title:The role of the immune response in the progression and pathology of Johne's disease in red deer (Cervus elaphus)
Primary Supervisor: Professor Frank Griffin
For more information on Mark's work please contact the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thesis title: Low level laser therapy for the treatment of tendinopathy with emphasis on the achilles tendon
Primary Supervisor: Professor David Baxter
For more information on Steve's work, please contact the School of Physiotherapy at email@example.com.