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Exceptional PhD theses in the Division of Health Sciences (2013)

Mary-Ann Carter (Department of Public Health, UOW)

Thesis title: Is junk food promoted through sport?
Primary Supervisor: Associate Professor Louise Signal

For more information on Mary-Ann's work, please contact the Department of Public Health, UOW by emailing pubh.wsmhs@otago.ac.nz

Chris Greening (Department of Microbiology and Immunology, OSMS)

Thesis title: Physiological roles of the three [NiFe]-hydrogenases in Mycobacterium smegmatis

Primary Supervisor: Professor Greg Cook

For more information on Chris' work, please contact the Department of Microbiology and Immunology by emailing microbiology@otago.ac.nz

Caroline Kuiper (Department of Pathology, UOC)

Thesis title: The role of ascorbate in the regulation of HIF-1 in cancer cells
Primary Supervisor: Professor Margreet Vissers

For more information on Caroline's work, please contact the Department of Pathology, UOC by emailing pathology.uoc@otago.ac.nz

Korbinian Loebmann (School of Pharmacy)

Thesis title: Co-amorphous drug formulations
Primary Supervisor: Professor Thomas Rades

For more information on Korbinian's work, please contact the School of Pharmacy by emailing pharmacy@otago.ac.nz

Abby Moore (Department of Anatomy, OSMS)

Thesis title: Anatomical aspects of iatrogenic nerve injury
Primary Supervisor: Professor Mark Stringer

For more information on Abby's work, please contact the Department of Anatomy by emailing anatomy@otago.ac.nz

Jeffrey Ngu (Department of Medicine, UOC)

Thesis title: Autoimmune liver diseases in Canterbury, New Zealand
Primary Supervisor: Associate Professor Richard Gearry

For more information on Jeffrey's work, please contact the Department of Medicine by emailing deptmed@chmeds.ac.nz

Jason Woon (Department of Anatomy)

Thesis title: Clinical anatomy of the human coccyx and associated structures
Primary Supervisor: Professor Mark Stringer

For more information on Jason's work, please contact the Department of Anatomy by emailing anatomy@otago.ac.nz