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|Editors||Professor Cindy Farquhar|
is the postgraduate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Auckland.
Cindy’s mother was a medical graduate in 1951.
has completed her Master of Arts in History. She is the co-founder and editor of Tahuhu Korero, a public history initiative at the University of Auckland.
|Dr Nora Lynch
is a retired rheumatologist. She has a Grad. Dip. Arts (History) from the University of Auckland.
Nora’s grandmother was a medical graduate in 1917.
Rennae Taylor completed her Masters of Health Sciences in 1999 and has been employed since 1993 by the Dept of Obstetrics & Gynaecology as a research project manager.
|Alumni||Lucy Goodman (PhD)|
is a researcher with an interest in science writing and communication.
|Claire Gooder (PhD)|
is a social and cultural historian who specialises in health history.
is a medical student at the University of Otago.