9th March, 2017
Anatomy and Physiology at Otago now in the World University Rankings!
Anatomy and Physiology at the University of Otago have ranked 24th in the world in the latest QS World University Rankings.
8th March, 2017
Key finding promises early detection of cardiovascular disease in diabetics
While in India to deliver the keynote address at JIPMER’s Karaikal's campus last week, Assoc Prof Rajesh Katare was interviewed by one of India’s leading newspapers, The Hindu.
3rd March, 2017
Physiology researcher awarded Lottery Health Research Project Grant
Congratulations to Associate Professor Rajesh Katare who was awarded a research project grant of $88,246 over two years.
23rd February, 2017
Cycling event raises funds for heart research
The Department of Physiology has once again raised significant funds for a charity to its heart.
20th December, 2016
Physiology staff recognised in School of Biomedical Sciences Awards 2016
Three staff from the Department of Physiology received awards at the ceremony on 14th December.
27th March, 2017
Luke Worthington (Department of Physiology, Final MSc presentation)
The department enjoys a diverse population. Our staff and students have a broad range of interests, hobbies and character.
Dr Sam Lucas
I moved to Dunedin in 1997 to start an undergraduate degree (BPhEd) at the University of Otago as it offered the best and most established course. Since completing this degree I've gone on to complete a PhD (School of Physical Education) and began a post-doc fellowship within the Department of Physiology in 2008. Dunedin offers a unique environment to live, study and work in. While there is opportunity to enjoy the student lifestyle, there are many other things that this 'University City' offers, with many beaches and unique wildlife habitats close by, great wilderness terrain to run, walk or mountainbike over (all accessible from the centre of the city!), as well as being a gateway to Central Otago and Fiorldland (e.g., Queenstown and Milford Sound only 3-4 hours drive)... perfect for that weekend escape (if you're not testing!).
Physiology is the stepchild of medicine. That is why Cinderella often turns out the queen.