University of Otago
The University of Otago (Māori: ‘Te Whare Wānanga o Otāgo’) is a public university located in Dunedin, New Zealand. It is New Zealand’s oldest university.
University of Otago Research Centres
University of Otago Research Centres are research flagships for the University. There are fourteen formally recognised and supported Research Centres.
- Brain Health Research Centre
- Centre for Neuroendocrinology
- Centre for Sustainability (CSAFE)
- Centre for Research on Colonial Culture
- Centre for Translational Cancer Research
- Christchurch Heart Institute
- Edgar National Centre for Diabetes Research
- Genetics Otago
- Centre for Society, Governance & Science
- Centre for Quantum Science (QSO), University of Otago (previously known as Jack Dodd Centre for Quantum Technology)
- National Centre for Lifecourse Research
- New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities
- Sir John Walsh Research Institute
- Webster Centre for Infectious Disease
The Centre for Sustainability is an interdisciplinary research centre working on local and global sustainability challenges. Research covers the interrelated streams of Food & Agriculture, Environment and People, and Energy.
The New Zealand Centre for Sustainable Cities (CSC) has been set up to further develop collaborative research that contributes to the sustainable development of our cities. It is a partnership, led by the University of Otago, of six universities – Otago, Canterbury, Victoria, Massey, Waikato and Auckland – two Crown Research Institutes, Landcare and NIWA and BRANZ. The centre aims to work in partnerships to develop the tools to promote well-being and health through smarter economic development, safer and more sustainable housing, transport and energy systems, and enhanced urban design.