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University of Otago Guide to Experts

April 2005

University of Otago Guide to Experts

Looking for experts able to comment on topical issues or provide background for a story? Try our regularly updated University of Otago staff expertise database.

The database contains over 350 staff with expertise in areas ranging from Art History to Zoology. Arranged by topic areas, it is also searchable by key words, staff name or department.

The database can be found by clicking on ‘News & Events’ on the University’s website, then selecting ‘Otago Expertise’ on the left hand blue menu, or by directly typing in

Information about the research interests of staff can also be found on individual departmental web pages, or through the Division of Health Sciences’ research page:


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