Haere mai & welcome to our new Early Steering Committee Members
31 May 2021
Introducing our new Early Career Steering Committee members: Dr Natalie Netzler, Mr Chris Puliuvea, Dr Luke Stevenson, Ms Theresa Tuimalealiifano & Ms Annmaree Warrender who joined the committee in April this year.
Funding results of China – Maurice Wilkins Centre Collaborative Research Programme (C-MWC)
24 May 2021
The C-MWC is pleased to announce the Programme’s 2021 Project Funding result. The purpose of the C-MWC programme is to strengthen research collaborations in biomedical sciences between NZ and China, both by deepening existing partnerships and initiating new collaborations b...
MWC community gathers for the Maurice Wilkins Centre Research Symposium & Future Science Day 2021
12 February 2021
In early February we welcomed MWC investigators and associates to the Centre’s annual research symposium, held at the University of Auckland. The three day event was a gathering of New Zealand's brightest minds at the UoA’s brand new conference facility in the Faculty of Eng...
Open Call for China – Maurice Wilkins Centre Collaborative Research Programme (C-MWC)
18 January 2021
Applications open for project funding through the China-Maurice Wilkins Centre Programme (C-MWC)
MWC refunded in latest CoRE selection round
12 October 2020
The Maurice Wilkins Centre has been selected as one of ten Centres of Research Excellence (CoREs) that will receive CoRE funding from 2021 to 2028.
Supporting students affected by COVID-19
5 October 2020
The Maurice Wilkins Centre is providing stipend extensions to PhD students whose progress has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
MWC researchers discover new path to potential anti-cancer, antibiotic drugs
23 September 2020
A team of MWC investigators has gained some key new insights into the molecular assembly of certain anti-cancer and antibiotic molecules - paving the way for the design of more effective drugs to treat cancer or antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
Endeavour funding for research led by Professor Dame Margaret Brimble
17 September 2020
A research project led by Distinguished Professor Dame Margaret Brimble, MWC Deputy Director at the University of Auckland, has been awarded over $9 million from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) 2020 Endeavour Fund.