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Professor Neil Gemmell, of Otago University, New Zealand, will reveal the full findings of the study next month.
Last year, 76 Maori doctors, dentists, physiotherapists and pharmacists graduated from Otago University, the largest group of Maori health professionals to ever graduate from the university.
Otago University's Legal Issues Centre is seeking lawyers to participate in an online court experiment.
She is currently an examiner with the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland and has been on faculty of Otago University, New Zealand and locally with Fatima Jinnah Medical College.
She completed her PhD at Otago University while Head of School (2003).
JGBS students would complete first year of MBA programme in Sonepat and head to Otago University to complete the second year of the academic course.
Team member Professor Michael Colombo, of Otago University in New Zealand, said: "We may have to rethink the use of the term 'bird brain' as a put-down."
Researchers at Otago University discovered that a small number of a large class of molecules called microRNA - found in both the human brain and blood - were exceptionally good at detecting Alzheimer's disease, a debilitating form of dementia.
Otago University researcher, Joseph Shield, says steroids are becoming increasing popular amongst young Australian men.
Chaired by Don MacKay, the panel comprised Dr Rouzbeh Parsi (senior lecturer, Department of History, Lund University, Department of History), Profs Robert Patman and Bill Harris (both Otago University), Dr Negar Partow (Massey University), and new NZIIA executive director Maty Nikkhou-O'Brien.
The winners are Mazen Al-Najmi (Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology), Saber Shafi Aldosari (Massey University), Abdullah Alnumairi (Unitec), Abdulmajeed Bajaber (Waikato Institute of Technology), Budoor Almutham (Wellington Institute of Technology), Mohammed Rassam Alsubaie (University of Canterbury), Naif Hussein Alenezi (University of Auckland), and Saleh Mohammd Alharbi (Otago University).
Otago University researchers found that rats that ran 20 minutes a day for five days a week outperformed their non- exercised counterparts across the board in laboratory tasks, Science Daily reported.