Suzanne Manning

Suzanne has been with ESR since 2019, coming to the role with a background in education, policy, history and biochemistry. She is interested in the role of science in society, especially exploring the social, cultural and ethical impacts of new technologies. Her passion is for systems change to achieve improved equity in all areas of society, with a particular focus on gender equity, As this passion indicates, Suzanne is an aspirational thinker and has a generalist subject focus – she takes the position that there are so many interesting things to investigate in this world, why limit yourself to only one or two subjects?

Current projects include:

  • Contemporary justice issues for wāhine Māori 1990-2020
  • Oxford Nanopore Technology sequencing implementation
  • Forensic Investigative Genetic Genealogy
  • Gender Minorities in Forensics
  • Organ-on-a-chip Tikanga
  • ESR Social Systems team history

Suzanne’s recent publications can be found on ResearchGate here (external link)(external link)