Dr Gilles Bellon, $829,000: Memory in clouds Why a gene variant specific to Māori and Pacific people increases blood pressure, understanding how colour-blind octopus are so exceptional at camouflage, discovering why invasive species adapt rapidly despite low genetic diversity, and using high-resolution imaging to better understand the connected networks required for cardiac function are just a handful of the University of Auckland’s research projects to receive nearly $1 million each in the 2019 Marsden Fund round. These projects were devoted to a wide range of research topics, ranging from the adverse effects of sleep loss on children's eating, to aspects of drug resistance in cancer. Referees’ reports available from web portal (for comment) Wednesday, 1 Sept. Professor Peter Shepherd, 959,000: Why does a gene variant specific to Māori and Pacific peoples increase blood pressure 2. Marsden Fund grant supports UC study on ‘killer robots’ debate Marsden Fund to develop investment plan after review recommends tweaks. Their research has attracted a prestigious 2019 Marsden Fund grant of $842,000. The grants are distributed over three years and are fully costed, paying for salaries, students and postdoctoral positions, institutional overheads and research consumables. Fast-Start Grants, all $300,000: Dr Tim Candy, mathematics and statistics, Dr Catherine Collins, anatomy; Dr Sarah Diermeier, biochemistry; Dr Edwina Dowle, anatomy; Dr Kiel Hards, microbiology and immunology; Dr Anna High, law; Dr Matthew Larcombe, botany; Dr Tanya Major, biochemistry; Dr Sara Miller, chemistry; Dr Nhung Nghiem, Wellington campus; Dr Amandine Sabadel, chemistry; Dr John Shaver, religion; Dr Susan Wardell, social anthropology; Dr Joseph Watts, religion. Sep 11, 2019. Dr Bryan Ruddy, $300,000: The magnetic myocyte: applying inspiration from muscle physiology to electric motors*, Faculty of Arts The Marsden Fund is the primary mechanism in New Zealand for funding pure research, which is undertaken solely to increase knowledge. Spring Marching as one On 19 May 2019… in 2019/20. Gerry Marsden "made ... Former Liverpool goalkeeper Chris Kirkland said he saw Marsden perform the song live at Anfield in 2019 ... St Helens Council takes a stand over cut to Union Learning Fund. Dr Tommi Vatanen, $300,000: Phages as modulators of the human gut microbiome*, Faculty of Science Fri, 04 Nov 2016. fund life saving research, enable hospital teams to provide world-leading treatment and care, invest in the latest equipment and fund modern patient environments. Dr Kimberley Mellor, $952,000: Cardiac glycogen processing: defining a new metabolic pathway in heart health and disease Professor Bruce Smaill, $960,000: Image-based network modelling of cardiac function Total expenditure. Marsden Fund Success. Assessment of the Strategy and Management of the Marsden Fund On 12 April 2017 the Minister of Science and Innovation, Hon Paul Goldsmith, released a report which detailed a number of measures that aimed to ensure that the Marsden Fund continues Dr Gosling said the funding was "great", and she had been "really struck by what sort of an impact" gout and diabetes had on people living in remote areas in places such as Guam. The highly competitive Marsden Fund grants are regarded as a hallmark of excellence for researchers working in New Zealand. Associate Professor Sarina Pearson, $870,000: Asian New Zealanders on Screen: Visibility Past and Present Tweet Dr Sarat Singamneni. The governor and mayor are trying to ruin everything we’ve worked so… Purpose. Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden, the Marsden Fund, has allocated $83.671 million (excluding GST) to 125 research projects across Aotearoa New Zealand. Friends of Marsden Library – Keep Marsden Library open (January 2019) – towards the costs of keeping the library open within the building. The purpose is to support growth of HCI in … Prof Matisoo-Smith said the presence of skeletal evidence of metabolic disease being found in ancient burials across the Pacific clearly indicated gout and diabetes were not solely the result of a "Westernised" diet and lifestyle, as was often assumed. NBR Contributor. NICE approves olaparib in Cancer Drugs Fund: Royal Marsden experts react. Marsden Fund Council Awards – a larger award category specifically for interdisciplinary proposals. Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences In recognition of Gary Marsden’s contributions and inspiration in HCI4D, ACM SIGCHI establishes Gary Marsden Student Development Fund. Dr Claude Aguergaray, $960,000: New pulse dynamics for the lasers of tomorrow Marsden grants are the main form of contestable funding for fundamental, 'blue skies' research in New Zealand. Principal investigators Prof Tony Merriman, biochemistry, Prof Lisa Matisoo-Smith and Dr Anna Gosling, anatomy, will investigate the genetic predisposition to metabolic diseases among Pacific people. Their research has attracted a prestigious 2019 Marsden Fund grant of $842,000. University of Otago researchers are the recipients of an inaugural Marsden Fund Council Award worth $3 million to investigate genetic predisposition to metabolic diseases like diabetes and gout among Pacific people. 11 Nov, 2019. “Congratulations are due to the Primary Investigators and their teams for the effort that goes in to applying for a Marsden grant in a very competitive environment. The Marsden Fund was established in 1994 to fund excellent fundamental research. The Marsden Fund is the primary mechanism in New Zealand for funding pure research, which is undertaken solely to increase knowledge. Dr Bernd Krauskopf, $689,000: Feedback loops in climate systems: the maths of delays and the consequences Elmira, NY (05/10/2019) — The 2019 Malcolm and Virginia Marsden Endowed Fund Award has been presented to Dr. Heidi Dierckx, professor of classical civilizations, Dr. Christopher Terry, associate professor of psychology, and Dr. Jim Twombly, professor of political Science. Dr Charlotte Bennett $300,000: Recovering Children’s Experiences of the 1918-19 Influenza Pandemic*. University news, Four University of Waikato researchers were today awarded Marsden Fund grants for 2019, including one project alone receiving $3 million. Associate Professor Rachel Simon-Kumar, $842,000: Double jeopardy or double advantage? Associate Prof Frank Camacho, of the University of Guam, and Dr Paul Pumuye, of the University of Papua New Guinea, will also take part in the Otago project on metabolic disease. Dr Davide Mercadante, $300,000: Looking at the dark side of the proteome: how do post-translational modifications control highly disordered proteins for the regulation of genetic transcription? Assessment of the Strategy and Management of the Marsden Fund On 12 April 2017 the Minister of Science and Innovation, Hon Paul Goldsmith, released a report which detailed a number of measures that aimed to ensure that the Marsden Fund continues to be effective and fit-for-purpose 3. We looking forward to do more excellent science under the Marsden Fund scheme. New Zealand’s top researchers have been awarded $65.2 million in Marsden Fund grants in the 2016 funding round, Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce announced today. The Government has just announced a $798,000 boost for the project, with the grant to be distributed over the next three years through the 2020 Marsden Fund, which supports world-leading research. Awards of up to $1 million per year for up to 3 years. By Rebecca Howard. Faculty of Arts, Two large interdisciplinary projects this year received inaugural Marsden Fund Council Awards worth $3 million (excluding GST) each. Dr David Waite, $300,000: The role of viruses in the spread of antibiotic resistance: Evolution through rapid, selection-free diversification of resistance genes* 4. The University of Auckland is ranked No. * In 2019, the Marsden Fund Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden allocated $83.671 million (excluding GST) to 125 research projects across Aotearoa. Current treatments for Alzheimer’s disease can help manage symptoms but are unable to slow the progression of this devastating disease. The closing date for submissions is 10 November 2019. It is possible to think of cells, in a metaphorical sense, as castles with moats that separate them from their surrounding environment. With special feature audio. Ivan was excited to attend the 25th year celebration for the Marsden Fund, which was held in Rotorua on the 25th of March. Tuesday 5 November 2019 9:42am. Latest allocations from $273m Marsden Fund draw more flak from IT industry PLUS: Taxpayers' Union weighs in on "embarrassing" research projects that received funding. The Manukau Harbour is one of three New Zealand harbours that are part of a Auckland Bioengineering Institute, Today NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) announced the approval of olaparib by the Cancer Drugs Fund, for women with newly diagnosed advanced BRCA-mutated ovarian cancer. Cuckoo’s Nest, Marsden (Spring 2019) – to top up the accessible toilet fund to enable completion, and towards a replacement fridge. We were very pleased with these successes, not just for what it means today in terms of funding the projects, but for the real impact this research can and does have on the world. Cuckoo’s Nest, Marsden (Spring 2019) – to top up the accessible toilet fund to enable completion, and towards a replacement fridge. Other successful Otago recipients: Associate Prof Caroline Beck, zoology, $957,000; Prof Blair Blakie, Dr Danny Baillie, physics $891,000; Dr Christopher Brown, biochemistry, $960,000; Prof Michael Colombo, psychology, $648,000; Dr Tilman Davies, mathematics & statistics,$705,000; Prof Jorg Frauendiener, mathematics & statistics, $888,000; Associate Prof Barbara Galland, women's and children's health, Prof Rachael Taylor, medicine, $852,000; Dr Paul Gardner, biochemistry, $960,000; Prof David Grattan, anatomy, $960,000; Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Hauiti Hakopa, physical education, $842,000; Associate Prof Niels Kjaergaard, physics, $891,000; Prof Brent Lovelock, tourism, $682,000; Associate Prof David Orlovich, botany; $960,000; Dr Glenn Reid, Dr Catherine Drummond, pathology, $945,000; Prof Martin Sellbom, psychology, $857,000; Prof Glenn Summerhayes, archaeology, $856,000; Prof Margreet Vissers, Christchurch campus, Dr Mary Berry, Wellington campus, $960,000. The 2019 round saw the first successful awards for this category. The Fund is managed by Te Apārangi Royal Society of New Zealand and supports research that is investigator-driven rather than funder- or industry-driven. The Fund is administered by the Royal Society of New Zealand. Four University of Waikato researchers were today awarded Marsden Fund grants for 2019… The grants are made from the Marsden Fund, which was established by the New Zealand Government in 1994. last update: July 31, 2019 Note: The application submission deadlines are 15th of February, May, August and November each year. Dr Ingo Pecher, $952,000: Geologic champagne: What controls sudden release of CO2 at glacial terminations on the Chatham Rise? Faculty of Science, Dr Marama Muru-Lanning, $660,000: Listening to the Voices of Our Harbours: Kāwhia, Manukau and Whangarei Established researchers were awarded 21 grants ($17.5m) and 14 projects ($4.2m) received Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden Fast-Start grants which support early career researchers to develop independent research and build excellent careers in New Zealand. Associate Professor Justin Dean, $959,000: Short and Sweet: Does the Breakdown of Extracellular Matrix Sugar Impair Brain Development After Inflammation? Today NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) announced the approval of olaparib by the Cancer Drugs Fund, for women with newly diagnosed advanced BRCA-mutated ovarian cancer. Read more; Virtual reality for patients 24 July 2019 Annual highlights from Marsden Fund Te Rangahau Putea a Marsden. Marsden Fund grant supports UC molecular research on Alzheimer NICE approves olaparib in Cancer Drugs Fund: Royal Marsden experts react 26 July 2019. Visit image gallery to purchase the image. As our region faces uncharted waters in the wake of a global pandemic, Otago Daily Times continues to bring you local stories that matter. 2. Grants are made in all areas of research, in both science and the humanities. Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden, the Marsden Fund, has allocated $83.671 million (excluding GST) to 125 research projects across Aotearoa New Zealand. 548 likes. Principal investigators Prof Tony Merriman, biochemistry, Prof Lisa Matisoo-Smith and Dr Anna Gosling, anatomy, will investigate the genetic predisposition to metabolic diseases among Pacific people. Dr Chris Erb, $300,000: Capturing the Mind in Action: Linking the Behavioural and Neural Dynamics of Cognitive Control* Uh, oh. 1 globally in the inaugural University Impact Rankings by Times Higher Education (THE). By Rebecca Howard. For more information about the Marsden fund and how grants are allocated, click here. ACM SIGCHI Gary Marsden Student Development Fund. Labour day Monday 25 October Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden, the Marsden Fund success sem001 November 9, 2019 December 10, 2019 News No Comments Our researchers Associate Professor Andrew McDaid and Dr Marama Muru-Lanning and Dr Keri Mills have successfully been awarded prestigious research funding from the Royal Society. Email: l.finucane@auckland.ac.nz, Harassment, bullying, sexual assault and other violence, Career Development and Employability Services (CDES), Postgraduate policies, guidelines and forms, Latest volunteering and mentoring opportunities, Faculty of Science projects awarded $9.3m from Marsden Fund, From mental health to Māori body adornment: Marsden success for Arts, Cutting-edge medical and health research awarded $6.5m. Marsden Fund Council Awards – a larger award category specifically for interdisciplinary proposals. MARSDEN FUND: ASSESSMENT OF STRATEGY AND MANAGEMENT 2 The Marsden Fund 2.1 The Marsden Fund invests in excellent investigator-led research The Marsden Fund, established in 1995, invests in excellent investigator-led research and is overseen by the Marsden Fund Council, appointed by the Minister of Science and Innovation. *Fast-Start. image captionGerry Marsden was awarded an MBE in 2003 for services to Liverpudlian Charities. the total fund to $57.8m in 2016/17, rising to $79.8m per annum in 2019/20. Dr Anna Hood, $300,000: Coercive Disarmament in International Law: 1919-2019*, Liggins Institute We employ local journalists and photographers to tell your stories, as other outlets cut local coverage in favour of stories told out of Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. The project also had the potential "to change the erroneous and stigma-producing perspective that modern metabolic disease is purely caused by a modern lifestyle", she said. Following Budget 2016, this will increase to approximately $80 million annually in 2019… University of Otago scientist, Prof Tony Merriman. The Marsden Fund was established in 1994 to fund excellent fundamental research. These are some of the questions leading researchers at the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Arts will explore after receiving six grants worth nearly $3.5 million from Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden, the Marsden Fund. These grants support excellent New Zealand research in the areas of science, engineering, maths, social sciences and the humanities. NICE approves olaparib in Cancer Drugs Fund: Royal Marsden experts react. The Fund is managed by Te Apārangi Royal Society of New Zealand and supports research that is investigator-driven rather than funder- or industry-driven. After the consultation period finishes, we will analyse the submissions received and Professor Andre Nies, $448,000: Topological algebra, first-order logic, and computability Current Marsden Fund projects. Dr James Fisher, $938,000: Unravelling a clot-less link between atrial fibrillation and dementia 26 February 2020. The leading-edge biomolecular research has won a three–year $890,000 grant from the 2019 Marsden Fund Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden. In total, the projects of 35 University of Auckland researchers and research groups have been awarded $21.7 million. The society says the 2019 grants support excellent New Zealand research in the areas of science, engineering, maths, social sciences and the humanities. Source: MIL-OSI Submissions Source: University of Canterbury. In recognition of Gary Marsden’s contributions and inspiration in HCI4D, ACM SIGCHI establishes Gary Marsden Student Development Fund. It should be noted that the Fund was established before the full-cost funding policy (ie to make a contribution to institutional overheads) was introduced in 2001. Marsden Fund to develop investment plan after review recommends tweaks. Faculty of Engineering, ACM SIGCHI Gary Marsden Student Development Fund. Dr Julie Lim, $896,000: The tick tock of the redox clock: shedding new light on the role of the lens in regulating circadian rhythms Marsden Fund grant supports UC study on ‘killer robots’ debate Some of the challenges New Zealand faces in health, environment, culture, science, and engineering will be addressed thanks to nearly $22 million awarded to the University of Auckland from the Marsden fund. 26 July 2019 Today NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) announced the approval of olaparib by the Cancer Drugs Fund, for women with newly diagnosed advanced BRCA-mutated ovarian cancer. Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden is managed by Royal Society Te Apārangi on behalf of the government. The grants fund research that benefits society as a whole. Marsden-Fund-submission-form-research-science-and-innovation-strategy.docx - Download File. University of Otago scientists have received an inaugural $3million Marsden Fund Council Award to investigate genetic links to metabolic diseases, including diabetes and gout, in the Pacific. Around 12 countries are known to be developing LAWS, among them the United States, China, Russia and Israel. Professor Stuart Murdoch, $922,000: Multimode microresonator optical frequency combs Overall, the fund allocated $83.6million to 125 research projects throughout the country. Professor Lisa Matisoo-Smith. 5. We are the South's eyes and ears in crucial council meetings, at court hearings, on the sidelines of sporting events and on the frontline of breaking news. Ethnic women in New Zealand politics, Faculty of Law “Whether it’s advancing the frontiers of human knowledge or contributing to specific solutions to heart health or environmental degradation or mental illness in our youth, research is at the heart of what this University does.”. School hols 4-15 Oct. Thursday, 14 October. The Marsden Fund. The 2019 round saw the first successful awards for this category. Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, The fund is managed by Royal Society … Continue reading "Marsden Fund sprinkles $83.6m of funding on NZ science projects but it’s hard to spot the ag/hort beneficiaries" Effects of sleep deprivation on response inhibition under low and high threat* While the perception in those nations is that LAWS are needed to maintain geopolitical balance, groups such as the Campaign to Ban Killer Robots and other international bodies are seeking a global ban on their use. Applications to the Marsden Fund are highly competitive. April 12 (BusinessDesk) – The government wrapped up an assessment of the Marsden Fund with a series of recommendations including the development of an investment plan. Professor Rod Gover, $643,000: A new bridge between geometry and analysis ‘Great bunch of people’ veteran car rally’s lure, The heat is on: parts of region roast as mercury soars, Dunedin family devastated after partner's terminal cancer diagnosis, America's Cup graphics pulled over Taylor, Coutts stoush, Week-long university camp all the more appreciated after tough year, Meet 'Chopper': Prem baby born in Southland skies, Caution urged as 'damaging' storm set to smash NZ, Serious motorcycle crash south of Balclutha, Stone barely left a mark, but almost killed him. Dr Colin Whittaker $299,420: To Accrete or Erode? Around 12 countries are known to be developing LAWS, among them the United States, China, Russia and Israel. Dr Ben Stevenson, $300,000: Estimating animal population size in an unobservable spatial obstacle course* Elmira, NY (05/10/2019) — The 2019 Malcolm and Virginia Marsden Endowed Fund Award has been presented to Dr. Heidi Dierckx, professor of classical civilizations, Dr. Christopher Terry, associate professor of psychology, and Dr. Jim Twombly, professor of political Science. These grants support excellent New Zealand research in the areas of science, engineering, maths, social sciences and the humanities. Principal investigators Prof Tony Merriman, biochemistry, Prof Lisa Matisoo-Smith and Dr Anna Gosling, anatomy, will investigate the genetic predisposition to metabolic diseases among Pacific people. Current treatments for Alzheimer’s disease can help manage symptoms but are unable to slow the progression of this devastating disease. increase to approximately $80m annually in 2019/20. Auckland Law School. University of Waikato researchers awarded $5.6m from Marsden Fund. 1 talking about this. Dr Tim Giffney, $300,000: Simultaneous Deposition and Poling of Piezoelectric Composites for 3D Printed Sensors and Actuators Liggins Institute, Back in May, after some criticism of the Marsden Fund processes made it into the media, I wrote about Te Pūnaha Matatini investigator Adam Jaffe’s study of the Marsden Fund. Marsden Fund Council meeting. Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden, the Marsden Fund, supports excellence in science, engineering, maths, social sciences and the humanities in New Zealand by providing grants for investigator-initiated research. Four University of Waikato researchers were today awarded Marsden Fund grants for 2019, including one project alone receiving $3 million. https://www.tepunahamatatini.ac.nz/.../jaffe-on-marsden-fund Areas covered by Fast-Start applicants include investigating how dynamic coastal dune systems are shaped by wave-driven over-wash, understanding the way young people responded to the widespread illness and loss of the 1918-19 influenza pandemic, and unpicking coercive disarmament, the practice of forcing states and armed groups to give up their weapons. The project aimed to investigate genetic markers associated with metabolic diseases such as diabetes and gout in Pacific people and how the diseases might have evolved. University of Auckland Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor Jim Metson, said it was pleasing to see the success of the University in this round, and the ongoing value given to our research and that being carried out by research institutions around the country. It looks like the ag/hort science sector has secured precious little – if anything – from the Marsden Fund’s 2019 grants. Research, Science and Innovation Strategy Submission form The Government is developing a Research, Science and Innovation (RSI) Strategy to set out our vision for RSI in New Zealand and its role in delivering a productive, sustainable, and inclusive future. The GoFundMe for Pineapple Hill Saloon owner Angela Marsden has exceeded the goal of $100k in just 2 days. Purpose. Tech groups say $273m Marsden Fund suffers 'imbalance and apparent structural bias' InternetNZ, Tuanz, IITPNZ, NZ Rise and others say the Crown-backed fund's decision-making is badly off-track. DDI: 09 923 7698 Project. Dr Iain Hay, $300,000: Nanoscale imaging and characterisation of bacterial phage secretion* A. Charitable support of the hospital £36.9m B. Their research has attracted a prestigious 2019 Marsden Fund grant of $842,000. Marsden Fund grant supports UC study on ‘killer robots’ debate The Government has just announced a $798,000 boost for the project, with the grant to be distributed over the next three years through the 2020 Marsden Fund, which supports world-leading research. The Manukau Harbour is one of three New Zealand harbours that are part of a Marsden-funded study by Dr Marama Muru-Lanning from the James Henare Māori Research Centre. Raising funds £5.6m C. Investment and property management £0.1m Total £42.6m Money raised by our supporters means The Royal Marsden can make a vital difference to the lives of cancer patients. Dr Ngarino Ellis, $522,945: Ngā Taonga o Wharawhara: The World of Māori Body Adornment Dr Anna Santure, $960,000: The role of transposable elements in rapid adaptation of invasive species Content Sourced from scoop.co.nz Dr Misha Vorobyev, $960,000: Colour-blind Camouflage in Octopus Faculty of Engineering Associate Professor Susanne Trnka, $870,000: Rethinking Responsibility for Youth Mental Health in the Digital Age Leading consultants at The Royal Marsden welcomed the news, with Dr Susana Banerjee, Consultant Medical … Marsden Fund grant supports UC molecular research on Alzheimer’s disease. Dr Sarat Singamneni, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, has been awarded a Marsden Fund grant worth $956,000 to investigate controlled magnetic heterogeneity. Adam presented his preliminary findings at our Launch workshop in February, and today they were released as a Motu working paper.. 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