Otago Biochemistry in the news

Department Newsletters
  • Seminar Report - Dr Logan Walker
  • 16/04/2015
  • JamesMarshall
    As part of their assessment our fourth year students each write a report on one of our weekly seminars and construct a "graphical abstract". Here is the first such report for 2015 Read more »
  • Cancer Genetics work in the Herald
  • 13/02/2015
  • Professor Parry Guilford's continuing work on hereditary gastric cancer is the subject of an article in both the New Zealand Herald and the Otago Daily Times today. Prof Guilford and overseas collaborators have calculated the precise risk estimates for carriers of the e-Cadherin gene mutation that causes two rare forms of cancer. Read more »
  • Prof Krause on Nine to Noon
  • 28/01/2015
  • On Monday Professor Kurt Krause and Karl Rotthier (president of DSM Sinochem Pharmaceuticals, Netherlands) spoke to Kathryn Ryan on National Radio's Nine to Noon programme about the rise of antibiotic resistant diseases. Read more »
  • Max Wilkinson wins multiple prizes
  • 13/01/2015
  • Congratulations to Max Wilkinson, who has won not only the departmental 400-level Edson Prize in Biochemistry, but also the University's Prince of Wales Prize. The Prince of Wales Prize is the University's premier undergraduate award, given annually to the most outstanding student completing an undergraduate degree. Max is one of three awardees in 2014. Read more »
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