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We have many research-active staff covering a diverse range of research interests. Browse the links below for more information.
Our research covers the overlapping areas of biomedical and human biology; cellular, molecular and physiology biology; and ecological and evolutionary biology.
Our research aims to understand the biological mechanisms that underpin physiological and pathological states and use this knowledge to improve well-being.
We use a powerful combination of genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry and cell biology to answer questions about life and the biology of diverse organisms.
We research life’s dynamics from bacteria to whales, in alpine to ocean habitats, and as biological complexity ranges from molecules to ecosystems.
Our joint graduate schools are partnerships between the University of Auckland and New Zealand's Crown Research Institutes.
Search profiles for graduate supervisors and research projects that you can join.
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