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Partner with us
Working in partnership with like-minded organisations enables the delivery of long-term, sustainable solutions to safeguard the health and wellbeing of the people we serve.
ESR aspires to deliver transformative impacts that protect and enhance the health and wellbeing of all New Zealanders. We can’t achieve this alone, and our success relies on combining complementary skills and perspectives through long-term partnerships across the research, science and innovation sectors.
World-leading expertise & knowledge
ESR’s expertise spans a range of fields relating to the health and wellbeing of people, and our focus is on tackling the issues at the intersection of health, justice, environment, water and food science.
Cutting-edge skills and capabilities
ESR invests in cutting-edge capabilities and skills development to drive continuous improvements in our science services and research.
Internationally- and nationally-accredited laboratories for forensics, radiation analysis and microbiology
Genomics (including whole-genome sequencing)
Data Science and artificial intelligence
Areas of expertise
What we do
ESR’s expertise spans a range of fields relating to the health and wellbeing of people, and our focus is on tackling the issues at the intersection of health, justice, environment, water and food science. These issues include infectious diseases preparedness and resilience, antimicrobial resistance, food safety, mitigating climate change health and environmental risks, finding solutions to address water quality issues, and improving outcomes for the health and justice sectors.
ESR is committed to being a trusted partner and has a track record of long-term partnerships, both within New Zealand and internationally. To best meet the needs of our communities, our transdisciplinary science includes partnerships across:
- Local and national government agencies
- Iwi and communities
- Research institutes
- Non-governmental organisations and not-for profits
- Crown research institutes
- International government agencies, research organisations and universities.
Our valued partners
Te Niwha: Preparedness for infectious disease challenges.
Genomics Aotearoa: genomics and bioinformatics research
Pūhoro: connection between mātauranga Māori in STEMM
Well Kiwis: influenza research study
One Health Aotearoa: leading infectious diseases research
Lumi Drug Scan: real time drug detection and decision making
Prezode: the risk of emergence of zoonotic infectious disease
NZFSSRC: world class food safety science
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