Thank you to everyone who attended our research talks – held here at Manawa and online.
It was a great evening, some very interesting facts learned and lots of laughs thanks to our singing haematology lecturer Sean!
A special thank you to our speakers. It was enriching to hear about the exceptional research that is being done to improve health outcomes and the well being of our community.
If you missed it – click here to watch a recording of the evening or select the speaker –
Professor Philip Schluter – Oral Health in our Tamariki; Do baby teeth matter? Click here
Dr Martin Than – Making a real and meaningful impact in healthcare research. Click here
Professor Richard Porter – Mood disorders, memory and the brain. Click here
Professor Lisa Stamp – Bringing gout out. Click here.
Dr. Kesava Kovanur Sampath – Spinal manipulation; more than just a click. Click here.
Becky Hickmott – “Not another Katrina”. Managing vulnerable communities following a disaster. Click here
Professor Julia Rucklidge – Building a healthy brain. Click here
Performances from Sean Macpherson Consultant Haematologist CDHB – Click here
1. “Pathologically Pleased to See You” (ukulele)
2. “500 Platelets” (electric guitar)