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28 Nov 2023

Otago part of national research platform

The University of Otago is a key member of a newly developed research platform d...

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23 Nov 2023

Liley Medal for Otago-led research to prevent rheumatic fever

Leading epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker and his research team have been r...

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20 Oct 2023

WWI study reveals true toll on Kiwi soldiers’ health

New Zealand soldiers serving in the First World War endured much higher rates of...

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07 Aug 2023

New prestigious role for Professor Jemma Geoghegan

After a global search, Professor Jemma Geoghegan has been appointed the Webster...

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13 Jun 2023

University welcomes funding for Science City initiative

The University of Otago welcomes new funding in the Government’s 2023 Budget for...

10 May 2023

New study reinforces timely need for Pneumococcal Vaccine Switch

New research from the University of Otago, Christchurch, backs a recent Pharmac...

09 May 2023

HIV statistics encouraging, but work not over yet

The number of people diagnosed with HIV in New Zealand last year is encouraging,...

02 May 2023

University of Otago scientist wins Prime Minister’s Science Communication Prize

Associate Professor Dianne Sika-Paotonu from the University of Otago has won the...

14 Apr 2023

Declining number of children being vaccinated against measles in Aotearoa

There are not enough children under the age of 5 in Aotearoa protected against m...

06 Apr 2023

Significant step in fight against drug resistance in TB

University of Otago researchers have discovered new ways to treat antibiotic-res...

03 Apr 2023

Late HIV diagnosis still an issue in Aotearoa

Forty per cent of people diagnosed with HIV in Aotearoa between 2011 and 2020 we...

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