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Food and Health Programme


Our programme

The Food and Health Programme is an interdisciplinary research and teaching programme drawing on specialist expertise in food science, process engineering, nutrition, health, social sciences, business and commercialisation from across The University of Auckland.

The Food and Health Programme is a major trans-disciplinary research and teaching programme, led by a steering group chaired by Professor John Hosking, Dean of Science.

The programme draws on specialist expertise in food science, process engineering, nutrition, health, social sciences, business and commercialisation from across The University of Auckland; principally from the Faculty of Engineering, Medical and Health Sciences, Science, the Business School, the Liggins Institute, and Auckland UniServices.  

Over 200 leading researchers work with the programme to improve health outcomes, enhance innovation and growth in the New Zealand food and beverage sector, discover fundamental knowledge for future application, and provide high quality university-trained graduates to the sector.

Read more about our how we build successful relationships and new opportunities, from our Programme Chair, Professor Brent Young