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15 Jul 2024

Research to make lithium safer for BD patients

A University of Otago academic is working to ‘cage’ lithium to make it a safer a...

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27 May 2024

HRC awards $3.7 million to Otago researchers

Antibiotic resistance is increasing at an alarming rate, causing global concern....

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02 May 2024

Reimagining the trauma plot

Could magical realism be used to explore traumatic experiences on stage in a mor...

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02 May 2024

Learning to learn with ADHD

Graduate Wellbeing Coach Nikki Fahey is working to better support postgraduate s...

Otago graduate Ella Creagh

19 Apr 2024

Double winners for annual wellbeing prize

The Richard Kammann Wellbeing Prize has been awarded to two Otago students this...

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25 Jan 2024

Furry fruit improves mental health – fast

Kiwifruit has proven itself as a powerful mood booster and new research from the...

09 Jan 2024

A quest for happiness

Conner’s work examines “modifiable lifestyle habits than improve or impede wellb...

07 Jul 2023

Kids spending one-third of after-school time on screens, study finds

Regulations are urgently needed to protect children from harm in the unregulated...

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31 May 2023

MIHI Bipolar Research team wins prestigious international award

A team from the University of Otago, Christchurch’s, MIHI (Māori and Indigenous...

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11 May 2023

PhD graduand explores the cultural and therapeutic benefits of Māori story telling

Carrie Clifford (Waitaha, Kāti Māmoe, Kāi Tahu) will graduate on Saturday (May 1...

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10 May 2023

Photos give men a voice to discuss mental distress

An innovative research project at the University of Otago, Wellington, is using...

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08 May 2023

Environment impacts mental health of young people – research

Living in areas with high numbers of fast food, alcohol and gambling outlets, ca...

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