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Te Rangawairua o Paratene Ngata Research Centre opens on East Coast

Te Rangawairua o Paratene Ngata Research Centre opens on East Coast

8 August 2018

The Te Rangawairua o Paratene Ngata Research Centre, led by Ngāti Porou Hauora in partnership with the Maurice Wilkins Centre, was officially opened on Thursday 2 August at Te Puia Springs Hospital on New Zealand’s East Coast.

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Maurice Wilkins Centre announces new Clinical Associates programme

30 July 2018

New Zealand based practising clinicians who would like to engage with the centre are invited to join as Clinical Associates.

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Announcement of Maurice Wilkins Centre leadership changes

Announcement of Maurice Wilkins Centre leadership changes

23 July 2018

It is with great pleasure that we can announce some important changes to the Maurice Wilkins Centre leadership.

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Discovery helps pave way for new anti-TB drugs

Discovery helps pave way for new anti-TB drugs

5 July 2018

Maurice Wilkins Centre researchers at the University of Otago have reported a discovery that may lead to the development of new drugs capable of treating tuberculosis, which kills more people worldwide than any other infectious disease.

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HRC provides major funding boost for MWC investigators

25 June 2018

The Health Research Council of New Zealand (HRC) has announced the results of its 2018 funding round, which includes funding awarded for a new programme and a number of projects led by MWC investigators.

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New insights into diabetes, obesity risk among Polynesian people

22 June 2018

A new study by Maurice Wilkins Centre Diabetes Genetics Flagship researchers has revealed important new information about the effects of a gene variant on diabetes and obesity risk in Polynesian people.

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Workshop highlights latest microscopy and imaging technologies

Workshop highlights latest microscopy and imaging technologies

15 May 2018

The MWC Early Career Research Committee recently organised a workshop designed to introduce young scientists from around the country to current microscopic and imaging techniques.

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Professor Margaret Brimble elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of London

Professor Margaret Brimble elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of London

10 May 2018

The Maurice Wilkins Centre is delighted to offer its wholehearted congratulations to Principal Investigator Professor Margaret Brimble on yet another incredible achievement in her exceptional scientific career – being the first New Zealand woman to be elected a Fellow of the...

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