Research Outcomes

HOPE Scholar presents at the Australasian Menopause Society

Posted by Celine Camon on 12 February 2024

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HOPE Scholar, Celine Camon, was awarded an Australasian Menopause Society (AMS) scholarship to present at their recent conference in Queenstown. Celine was also awarded the Jean Hailes Memorial Prize for the best free communication presentation by a current AMS member within 10 years of completing their tertiary degree. Congratulations Celine. Here is a write up from Celine and a link to her conference abstract.

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iSupport for Dementia - processes to adapt this resource in different countries

Posted by Tara Sani on 5 February 2024

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HOPE Scholar, Tara Sani presented this poster at the New Zealand Association of Gerontology Conference in September 2023. Tara's poster outlines the adaptation processes for different countries who wish to use iSupport for Dementia, a self-paced online training programme for carers of people with dementia. The World Health Organization produced iSupport for Dementia as part of the Global Action Plan on the Public Health Response to Dementia.

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WINNER! Oxford Poster Prize at IUCr 2023

Posted by Ben Krinkel on 15 January 2024

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Congratulations to HOPE Scholar, Benjamin Krinkel. Ben's poster, "Are malic enzymes a metabolic drug target in the war against cancer?" won the Oxford Poster Prize at the International Union of Crystallography 2023 Conference in Melbourne.

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Investigation of narrow-band NIR LED spectral response towards a non-invasive glucose sensor

Posted by Josie Dixon on 7 January 2024

The prevalence of type 2 diabetes is increasing. More than 250,000 older New Zealanders live with this disease. Increased insulin resistance leads to high blood glucose and other serious complications such as heart disease, blindness, limb amputations, and early death.

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Physical artificial arterial pulse system for development and testing of PPG-based sensors

Posted by Josie Dixon on 7 January 2024

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This work is part of Josie Dixon's PhD project to develop a low-cost, non-invasive blood glucose monitoring method to improve health outcomes for people living with diabetes (Editor).

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Autobiographical memories

Posted by Eva Bonning on 17 December 2023

I would like to express my gratitude to the HOPE Foundation for supporting my research.

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Housing alternatives for an ageing population in New Zealand: a resource assessment

Posted by on 25 September 2018

Fatemeh Faeze Yavari - Victoria University of Wellington - School of Architecture

 

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