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Te Tītoki Mataora Research Day

Tuesday 27th June 2023
The Great Room 4, The Cordis Hotel, Auckland. 

 Time  Session
 9:30 am  WELCOME

 9:45 am

 10:05 am


 Collaboration activity
 Get creative and work with your table to create something special.

 Innovation at Manatū Hauora
 Professor Ian Town, Chief Science Advisor at Manatū Hauora

 10:30 am  Morning Tea and Poster Session

 11:00 am

 11:30 am

 12:00 pm


 Ethics, Directions & Opportunities in AI
 Jon Herries, Te Whatu Ora

 Collaboration in the Community
 A panel discussion illustrating success stories of effective community collaboration in research.

 CMDT Early-Career Researcher Awards: Flash talks
 Students and early-career researchers compete to give the best 3-minute talk on their research.

 12:30 pm  Lunch and Poster Session

 1:30 pm





 Conversations With the C Suite
 Hanie Yee, COO of Alimetry
 An opportunity to hear from C suite members of Aotearoa New Zealand's top HealthTech companies.

 Ask an Expert: Networking Session
 Experts in the fields of Māori and Pacific health, commercialisation, clinical translation, funding opportunities, future trends, and more will be available for you to learn more about an area outside your field and improve your trans-discipline collaborative skills.

 Navigating Commercial Translation
 A panel discussion providing insight into University processes when you are ready to take your research to the next step.

 Digital Twins
 Creating a generic digital human that is then personalised, a ‘digital twin’, will provide better understanding of an individual's physiological processes and any changes that could lead to serious health consequences.

 3:00 pm  Afternoon Tea & Poster Session

 3:30 pm

 4:00 pm

 4:15 pm

 4:40 pm


 Gender Equity in Research
 A panel discussing the importance of considering the impact of gender in your research.

 Catching the Downwind: Technologies and Health Research in Pasifika Communities
 Dr Allamanda Faatoese, University of Otago
 Biomarker research attempts to address the major health gaps for Pasifika Peoples. We explore the current status of biomarker research and technologies, and explore how it can help to pave the way for improving Pasifika health.

 Healthcare Accessibility in the Disabled Community
 Leo Goldie-Anderson, Te Whatu Ora Capital, Coast and Hutt Valley

 CMDT Early-Career Researcher Awards: Prize-giving 

 5:00 pm  Conference Day 2 ends


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