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Massey University

Four letter SEA-PHAGES code: MASY

Location: Auckland Campus, New Zealand

Website: http://www.massey.ac.nz/

Joined SEA-PHAGES: Cohort 8 (started in 2015)

Buddy school: University of Pittsburgh

Term type: None

Total SEA-PHAGES sections taught: 5

Total SEA-PHAGES students: 32

SEA-PHAGES Faculty

Primary Faculty Contact

h.hendrickson@massey.ac.nz

+64 9 213 6634

Massey University

Senior Lecturer (Eq to US Assistant Professor)

Institute of Natural and Mathematical Sciences

Microbiology, Evolution and Bacteriophages. Senior Lecturer in Molecular Bioscience. Massey University Auckland. Superhero name: Microbiology Girl. @DrHHNZ

Other Faculty Members

freednikki@gmail.com

Massey University

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Academic Terms

Semester 1 2019

Start: Feb 25, 2019, End: May 31, 2019

Sections in this Term

Semester 1 2018

Start: Feb 26, 2018, End: Jun 23, 2018

Sections in this Term

Semester 2

Start: Jul 17, 2017, End: Oct 20, 2017

Sections in this Term

Semester 1 (Fall Semester)

Start: Feb 27, 2017, End: Jun 02, 2017

Sections in this Term

Institution Addresses

Current Mailing Address

Dr Heather Hendrickson

Massey University

Massey University Auckland

Private Bag 102904 NOrth Shore

Auckland 0745

New Zealand

Current Shipping Address

Heather Hendrickson

Massey University

Gate 4, Building 11

Albany Highway

Albany, Aukland 0632

New Zealand

Upcoming Events

Virtual Site-Visit with SEA Team

September 1, 2019 to October 31, 2019

Identify Bioinformatics Workshop Trainees

October 2, 2019

Philly Phage Phestival 2019

November 16, 2019

Recent Events

Phage Discovery Workshop 12B

July 7, 2019 to July 13, 2019

Phage Discovery Workshop Option B

July 6, 2019 to July 12, 2019

Forum Activity

Welkin Pope posted in cluster K terminases

Welkin Pope posted in new antirestriction protein type

Steven Caruso posted in new antirestriction protein type

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