Our research in the Health Science, Technology and Psychology arena delves into child development, exercise science and stroke recovery.
One of our multidisciplinary teams is the Canterbury Child Development Research Group (CCDRG), which is investigating critical child development issues concerned with early developmental risks, brain development, parenting and family functioning.
Our Mental Health and Nutrition Research Group is finding nutritional interventions that are effective in treating psychological illness. They test new, groundbreaking multinutrient formulae, probiotics and other natural, beneficial substances; running studies on psychological disorders including ADHD.
The Sport and Exercise Research Lab (SERL) focuses on research and development in and around sport and exercise. SERL has strong international leadership.
The state-of-the-art Canterbury Rose Centre for Stroke Recovery and Research at St Georges Medical Centre is building on the successes of the current Swallowing Rehabilitation Research Laboratory.