Dr Anne-Marie Jackson’s research into Māori health and well-being focuses on supporting the hopes and aspirations of Māori communities.
I found the idea of doing curiosity-led research absolutely fascinating, and I still do.
"Often students who’ve had to struggle become the best researchers."
“We’re basically like engineers or architects, but rather than designing buildings, we’re designing molecules.”
Our bodies are designed to be physically stressed says Dr Jim Cotter, lecturer in exercise and environmental physiology at the School of Physical Education.
Seeking knowledge can be fun, says lecturer John Tagg. "It doesn't have to be a dreary process."
Chemistry lecturer Lyall Hanton admits to an obsession with science from a young age.
Do you speak frog? Professor Phil Bishop does.
Associate Professor Rebecca Campbell’s work focuses on the neural circuits that control fertility. “We examine how these circuits work normally, and also try to define whether problems in these circuits contribute to infertility.”
“There are all sorts of jobs these days for people who can interpret and analyse data.”