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Professor Cris Print

BHB, MBChB, PhD c.print@auckland.ac.nz

Professor Cris Print is a Professor in the University of Auckland’s Department of Molecular Medicine and Pathology. He holds a medical degree and PhD from the University of Auckland and his current work centres around the use of genomics and bioinformatics to understand cancer.

His research team apply cutting-edge techniques in these fields to the Maurice Wilkins Centre’s ‘Immuno-oncology' flagship programme. He leads the Genomics Into Medicine Strategic Research Initiative in Auckland and Chairs the Auckland Regional Tissue Bank Scientific Advisory Board.

He is a Director of the NZ Institute of Environmental Science and Research (ESR), Vice President of the Auckland branch of the Royal Society of NZ (The Auckland Museum Institute) and is a member of the Science Leadership Team of New Zealand’s 'Healthier Lives' National Science Challenge. Previously, he served as President of the NZ Society for Oncology and was Director of the Bioinformatics Institute at the University of Auckland.


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ORCID ID: 0000-0001-8345-7812