Professor Roslyn Kemp
Understanding how Treg cells control immunity will contribute to treatment of Crohn’s Disease.
Professor John Reynolds
“The earlier we can diagnose a disease, the better we can treat and manage it, so it’s something the world will look to with interest.”
Distinguished researcher and Otago Medical Research Foundation Patron.
Making a difference to people with chronic joint conditions.
The use of antibiotics to treat animal and human disease is changing.
University of Otago vascular researchers have made an aneurysm management discovery.
Breast cancer research treatment is no longer one-size-fits all.
The diagnosis for childhood cancer is devastating, but it’s not just the family who feel the effects.
Investigating how genetics can help solve human health problems.
Understanding how the brain works is one of the biggest challenges for science.
Investigating diabetes and its role in chronic heart failure.
Manipulating immune responses to treat disease.