8th September, 2017
PhD student wins two awards at Queenstown Research Week
Congratulations to Mauro Silva, PhD student in the Department of Physiology. Mauro is supervised by Dr Rebecca Campbell.
8th September, 2017
Triennial Medal awarded to Professor Colin Brown
Congratulations to Colin who as been chosen by the Physiological Society of NZ (PSNZ) to be the recipient of the NZ Triennial Medal.
28th August, 2017
Dr Andrew Bahn awarded Arthritis NZ Project Grant
Congratulations to Dr Bahn who has been awarded a $60K grant for his project “Identification of oxypurinol transporters to decipher drug-drug interactions in gout treatment”.
25th August, 2017
Congratulations to Lorna Daniels, PhD
Lorna Daniels’ PhD thesis has made the Health Sciences Divisional List of Exceptional Doctoral theses.
14th August, 2017
Professor Colin Brown recognised by the British Society for Neuroendocrinology (BSN)
Prof Brown has been awarded the 2017 Mortyn Jones Memorial Medal, which is awarded annually by the BSN.
30th October, 2017
Dr Alexander Tups (Department of Physiology)
20th December, 2016
Three staff from the Department of Physiology received awards at the ceremony on 14th December.
Associate Professor Pat Cragg’s Service to the School Award recognises her distinguished service over an extended period and her many contributions to the School. Pat has been a member of the Department of Physiology and the School for 40 years, including being Head of Department for 12 years, and more recently, Acting Dean and Deputy Dean of the School.
Congratulations also to Andrew Barlow who received the Distinguished Professional Practice Fellow/Teaching Fellow Award, and to Dr Daryl Schwenke, who received the Pasifika Research Award.
For a full list of recipients, see the Otago Bulletin: http://www.otago.ac.nz/otagobulletin/people/otago629589.html.
I am passionately devoted to the study of life, and particularly to the higher forms of life. For me the one great question that has dominated my life is: "What am I?" What is the meaning of this marvelous gift of life? The more we know, the more the mystery grows.