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Associate investigators

Note that this is simply a representative example of our Otago staff who have been leading disciplinary Indigenous learning initiatives and see the critical need to collectivise with multi-disciplinary research aspirations at the forefront.  All bring a mix of kaupapa Māori, quantitate and qualitative skills.



Research Expertise

Research Role

Professor John Broughton Faculty of Dentistry Māori dentistry Leadership
Associate Professor Anaru Eketone Social and Community work Programme Kaupapa Māori methodologies Curriculum
Tania Huria MIHI - Māori/Indigenous Health Institute Hauora Māori and nursing Curriculum
Associate Professor Anne-Marie Jackson School of Physical Education, Sport & Exercise Sciences Mātauranga Māori, Hauora Māori Leadership, Innovation, Curriculum
Fran Kewene Medicine (Lecturer and current Masters student) Hauora Māori, science communication Innovation
Lou Kewene Department of Music Māori music and app technology Innovation
Dr Cameron Lacey MIHI - Māori/Indigenous Health Insitute and Psychological Medicine (Christchurch) Hauora Māori Curriculum
Dr Louise Parr-Brownlie Department of Anatomy & Structural Biology Neurology, Māori in the Sciences Leadership
Associate Professor Lachy Paterson Te Tumu - School of Māori, Pacific & Indigenous Studies Te Reo Māori and history Curriculum
Dr Robin Quigg Scholarships Manager, Graduate Research School Hauora Māori, geography, quantitative research Innovation
Dr Tangiwai Rewi Te Tumu - School of Māori, Pacific & Indigenous Studies (Senior Lecturer and current PhD student) Kaupapa Māori methodologies, education, Te Reo Māori Curriculum
Dr Stephen Scott Head of Student Services First Year Māori student success Leadership
Dr Reremoana Theodore Department of Psychology Hauora Māori and education impacts Curriculum
Dr Anna Thompson Department of Tourism Recreational tourism and Māori Leadership
Kelli Te Maiharoa College of Education (Lecturer and current PhD student) Māori secondary school education Curriculum
Andrew Waa Department of Public Health (Wellington) Hauora Māori Leadership
Associate Professor Angela Wanhalla Department of History & Art History Māori history Curriculum
Dr Paerau Warbrick Te Tumu - School of Māori, Pacific & Indigenous Studies Māori legal history Curriculum