Human ethics committee

Human Ethics Committees

Northern

Southern A

Southern B

Dr Fiona Te Momo
Chairperson
Te Pūtahi-ā-Toi

Ph - 64 9 414 0800 x 43347
Email - Human Ethics Committee Northern

Dr Negar Partow
Chairperson
Centre for Defence and Security Studies

Ph - 64 4 801 5799 x 63363
Email - Human Ethics Committee Southern A

Dr Gerald Harrison
Chairperson
School of Humanities

Ph - 64 6 356 9099 x 83570
Email - Human Ethics Committee Southern B

Secretary
Ph - 9 414 0800 x 43215
Ext - 43215 (internal calls only)
Email - Research Ethics Advisor
Research Ethics, Graduate Research School

Secretary
Ph - (DDI) 64 6 951 6840
Ext - 83840 (internal calls only) 
Email - Research Ethics Advisor
Research Ethics, Graduate Research School

Secretary
Ph - (DDI) 64 6 951 6840
Ext - 83840 (internal calls only) 
Email - Research Ethics Advisor
Research Ethics, Graduate Research School

Human Ethics Committees Membership

Northern

Southern A

Southern B

Chairperson
Dr Fiona Te Momo
Ngāti Raukawa, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Konohi
20 Sep 17-19 Sep 23Term 2

Chairperson 
Dr Negar Partow
20 Sep 17-19 Sep 23Term 2

Chairperson
Dr Gerald Harrison Ethicist
4 Mar 11-3 Mar 23 Term 3

Academic Board Appointees
Dr Darryl Forsyth
1 Jun 19-31 May 22 Term 1

A/Prof David Tappin
19 Oct 16-18 Oct 22 Term 2

Dr Matt Williams
1 Apr 19-31 Mar 22 Term 1

Academic Board Appointees
Dr Louise Brough
1 Jun 21-31 May 24 Term 1

Dr Stephen Chadwick Ethicist
1 Sep 18-31 Aug 21 Term 1

Dr Claire Henry
1 Jul 19-30 June 22 Term 1

Dr Kerri-Ann Hughes
18 Feb 15-17 Feb 21Term 2

Academic Board Appointees
Dr Susan Abasa
19 Oct 16-18 Oct 22Term 2

Dr Maggie Hartnett
1 Jul 19-30 June 22 Term 1

Dr Vijaya Dharan
1 Sep 15-31 Aug 21 Term 2

Dr Nicola Stanley-Clarke
1 Jul 19-30 June 22 Term 1

 

Vice-Chancellor Nominees
Dr Marco Grix Ethicist
24 Jun 21-24 Jun 24Term 1 

Ms Jane Hanley
1 Oct 16-30 Sep 22Term 2

Vice-Chancellor Nominees 
Dr Naomi Cogger Biostatistician
1 Oct 18-30 Sep 21Term 1 

Dr Michael Wyatt Medical expertise
1 Aug 20-31 July 23 Term 1

Vice-Chancellor Nominees
A/Prof Lindsay Trotman Legal expertise
1 Mar 20-28 Feb 23 Term 2

Dr Peter Meihana
Ngāti Kuia, Rāngitane, Ngāti Apa, Ngāi Tahu
1 Aug 20-31 July 23 Term 1

Community Members
Ms Catherine Garvey Legal expertise
1 Mar 17-28 Feb 23Term 2

Dr Lily George
Te Kapotai/Ngāpuhi nui tonu
1 Feb 21-31 Jan 24 Term 1 

Mr Mark Jessop
1 Feb 21-31 Jan 24 Term 1 

Ms Rosaleen Robertson
5 Jul 21-4 Jul 24 Term 1 

Dr Bruce Scoggins
1 Feb 21-31 Jan 24 Term 1 

Community Members
Mrs Chrissy Karena
Rangitāne, Te Ātihaunui-a-Pāpārangi,
Ngāti Pāhauwera, Kahungunu ki Wairarapa
1 Mar 20-28 Feb 23 Term 1

Mr Julian Ludbrook Legal expertise
1 Sept 15-31 Aug 21Term 2

Dr Neil Pollock Medical expertise
3 Apr 17-2 Apr 23Term 2

Dr Michael Pye Health expertise 
9 Jul 21-8 Jul 24Term 1

Community Members
Dr Joy Bickley Asher
1 Sep 18-31 Aug 21 Term 1

Mrs Linda Faulkner
Ngāti Rangi
1 Sep 15-31 Aug 21Term 2

Dr Glenis Mobberley
1 Feb 15-31 Jan 21Term 2

Dr Craig Roberts
1 Aug 17-31 Jul 23Term 2

Secretary
Ms Hannah Foreman

Secretary
Ms Patsy Broad

Secretary
Ms Patsy Broad

Composition

Chairperson
Appointed by the Vice-Chancellor, and who shall satisfy the Health Research Council requirements for the Chair of an Institutional Ethics Committee.

Academic Board Appointees
Three or four members, appointed by the Vice-Chancellor on the recommendation of the Academic Board for a term of three years, normally being persons active in research on human beings, at least one of whom must be a female and one of whom must be a male, and one of whom must be Māori who should have an awareness of te reo Māori and an understanding of tikanga Māori.

Vice-Chancellor Nominees
Up to two members appointed by the Massey University Council on the recommendation of the Vice-Chancellor for a term of three years.

Community Members
Five or six members from the community, at least two of whom must be a female and two of whom must be male, and one of whom must be Māori who should have an awareness of te reo Māori and an understanding of tikanga Māori. Appointed by the Vice-Chancellor for a term of three years.

Notes

  • At least one member of the Committee should be a lawyer and one member should have expertise in ethics (eg a teacher of ethics, philosopher, theologian, community recognised person such as a Māori elder)
  • The Human Ethics Committee shall have the power to co-opt additional members for a limited time as may be required
  • The Human Ethics Committee should have the power to consult on matters where the Committee lacks the relevant expertise

Human ethics committee documents