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The Centre for Metabolic Health Research is a new research centre founded in 2014 in the College of Health at Massey University.
Metabolic diseases such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases afflict a large proportion of the New Zealand population, and are placing an increasing burden on public health systems.
To be a world leader in metabolic health research by developing comprehensive, innovative ways for improving health and wellbeing.
To facilitate high-calibre, innovative, interdisciplinary research in metabolic health, with key aspects being the prevention of metabolic diseases such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and the maintenance of mobility and functionality throughout the lifecycle. The Centre for Metabolic Health Research will provide a platform to foster dynamic and international collaboration, the mentorship of early career researchers, support between individuals and small teams, and more efficient use of resources (time, financial, human resources and equipment).
Our values are creativity, innovation and collaboration.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016