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Company Overview of The University of Auckland

Company Overview

The University of Auckland is an educational institution that offers graduate, post graduate, and doctorate degrees and courses. It offers programs in the areas of arts, business, creative arts and industries, education and social work, engineering, law, medical and health sciences, science, bioengineering, and research. The University of Auckland was formerly known as Auckland University College and it changed its name to The University of Auckland in 1958. The institution was founded in 1883 and is based in Auckland, New Zealand.

The Clock Tower

22 Princes Street

Auckland,  1010

New Zealand

Founded in 1883

5,250 Employees


64 9 373 7999


64 80 061 6264

Key Executives for The University of Auckland

Director of Financial Services
Chief Executive Officer of Auckland Uniservices Limited
Chief Information Officer and Director of Organisational Performance
Deputy-Vice Chancellor of Research
Vice Chancellor of Strategic Engagement
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.

The University of Auckland Key Developments

The University of Auckland Presents at Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo, Oct-21-2017

The University of Auckland Presents at Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo, Oct-21-2017 . Venue: Chicago, Illinois, United States. Speakers: Amber Milan, Research Fellow.

The University of Auckland Presents at Chemeca 2017, Jul-23-2017

The University of Auckland Presents at Chemeca 2017, Jul-23-2017 . Venue: Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Speakers: Mark Philip Taylor, Professor.

Living Cell Technologies Limited Initiates Research Collaboration with the Centre for Brain Research At the University of Auckland

Living Cell Technologies Limited has initiated research collaboration with the Centre for Brain Research (CBR) at the University of Auckland. The research collaboration will explore how LCT's products can reverse human brain neurodegenerative processes associated with pericytes (and other brain cells), which help sustain the blood-brain barrier and other homeostatic and haemostatic functions in the brain. The agreement has two primary goals. The first is to extend the pipeline for LCT's lead product NTCELL® by examining the effects of NTCELL on cell cultures derived from human brains with Alzheimer's disease and Huntington's disease. The second is to identify other encapsulated cell therapies which may have potential to treat these neurodegenerative disorders by examining whether they can promote neuroprotective effects in the brain. The research will be undertaken by Auckland UniServices Limited (UniServices), the commercial research company of the University of Auckland, using the breakthrough drug testing and drug target validation platform, Neurovalida.

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