The Health & Rehabilitation Research Institute (HRRI) offer supervision in a number of postgraduate levels:
For enquiries concerning supervision of research and course structure please contact:
Dr David Nichols
Postgraduate Programme Leader, School of Rehabilitation concerning
Postgraduate students are well supported in the Health & Rehabilitation Research Institute. The Institute is equipped with an extensive range of equipment and expertise for the undertaking of most biomechanical and motor control studies. The research officer (Grant Mawston) within the Centre provides technical support for postgraduate students.
A postgraduate computer room is available within the Institute for students to analyse data, write or study.
Monthly meetings are held involving all staff and students of the Institute where issues with current research work is presented and discussed in an open forum in order to assist the researcher with problem solving or to review recent literature in a particular field.
Last updated: 10-Jun-2016 12.11pm
The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.