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Māori hearing health care – driving the passion

Māori have the highest rate of self-reported disabling hearing loss in New Zealand and Alehandrea (Aleh) Manuel is leading research into how sufferers are accessing services to do something about it. The work is part of both an Eisdell Moore Centre (EMC) programme...


A Question of Balance

Dr Rachael Taylor wants to understand why we can suffer dizziness and balance problems after a mild head injury – when all the tests say there’s nothing wrong.It’s what she calls a “massive jigsaw puzzle” and a project she hopes will lead to better assessments, and...


EMC Summer Newsletter 2018

The Eisdell Moore Centre has had a successful and busy year with a number of highlights for the second half of the year including distribution of our second round of funding, appointing a Science Advisory Board and appointing our Pacific Hearing Research Community...


2018 EMC Project Grant Awards

The Eisdell Moore Centre has allocated $326,000 to 10 Explorer/Project Grants and 2 PhD student Grants in 2018.  These grants range from exploring geographic variations of hearing health across to New Zealand to understanding the brain activity that underlies...


EMC Retreat 2018

The 2nd annual Eisdell Moore Centre Retreat was held last week (12 and 13 July) at the Tamaki Innovation campus with the focus this year being on building collaborations.  We kicked off with some excellent 3 minute presentations from our members that showed the...


EMC Launch

The Eisdell Moore Centre was launched on 7 February 2017 with supporters of Hearing Research over many years in attendance.  Named after Sir Patrick Eisdell Moore, an eminent Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon and a pioneer of hearing and deafness research in New...

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