- 8 June 2016: CNE Open Seminar - Prof. Michael White "Cytokine signalling; the role of dynamics in the function of the NF-kB signalling system"
- May 2016: Student success
- February 2016: Is Oxytocin the “love hormone”?
- January 2016: Nature Communications – Influence of AMH in the brain on PCOS
- December 2015: Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce visits CNE
- November 2015: Marsden grant awarded to Associate Professor Jasoni
- November 2015: Brain "connectomics" expert visits CNE
- October 2015: The brain and fertility: Kisspeptins
- October 2015: Third PNAS paper this year from CNE on fertility
Welcome to the University of Otago Centre for Neuroendocrinology (CNE).
The CNE comprises ten research groups focused upon understanding how the brain controls hormone levels and how hormones control brain function.
We have three themes of research that focus upon understanding the neural regulation of
The CNE is a University of Otago Research Centre of Excellence and the largest cluster of neuroendocrinologists in the Southern Hemisphere. Investigations within CNE laboratories utilise a wide range of neuroscience methodologies ranging from molecular biology and genetically-manipulated rodent models to electrophysiological, optogenetic, morphological, cell imaging and whole animal approaches. Please look through the Laboratory pages to see what we are up to.
Allan Herbison, Director