Becoming a biostatistician a happy accident
Robin Turner’s journey to biostatistics was a bit of a roundabout one.
Background in biology helps economics research
Economics and neuroscience may seem like an unlikely combination, but Associate Professor Trent Smith is delving into the world of “neuroeconomics” in his latest literature review.
Major CMRF grant to research hallucinations in Parkinson’s Disease
Dr Kyla-Louise Horne has received a significant funding boost for her work at the Christchurch-based New Zealand Brain Research Institute.
One bedroom apartment in secure block, 5 minutes walk from the university.
Warm sunny studio available now
• Fully insulated and Fully Furnished (double bed, drawers, clothes rack, café table and chairs, desk etc)
• kitchenette (bench fridge, microwave, toaster, kettle, crockery, cutlery etc)
• Lovely bathroom (with great shower)
• Flexible Tenancy i.
Ara tiatia webinar series – Webinar 1, 2023
Thursday, 22 June 2023
Te Tauhoko Nui o Matariki - Tuesday, 11 July 2023
Save the date! Our second Matariki Night Market, Te Tauhoko Nui o Matariki, will be held from 4pm to 7pm on Tuesday, 11 July.