Issue 35 Features
It is estimated that arthritis costs the New Zealand health-care system more than $700 million each year.
New Zealand’s first Professor in Neurosurgery, Dirk De Ridder, is well underway with plans to make the University of Otago a world-leading academic neurosurgery unit.
Otago’s School of Surveying is about to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
The latest Performance-Based Research Fund (PBRF) quality assessment has confirmed the University of Otago as the leading research institution in New Zealand.
A new inter-professional health education programme for clinical students is breaking new ground.
A group of University of Otago student consultants are transforming Dunedin’s not-for-profit sector by providing fresh ideas, knowledge and skills – for free.