CRESP Associate Investigator
Professor Richie Poulton is Director of the Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Research Unit which conducts the Dunedin longitudinal study. He is also founder and Co-Director of the New Zealand National Centre for Lifecourse Research. His research interests include developmental psychopathology, gene X environment prediction of complex disorders, and psychosocial determinants of chronic physical disease, having received a NZAS Research Medal and the HRC of New Zealand’s (inaugural) Liley Medal, is Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand, and recipient of the RSNZ Dame Joan Metge Medal.
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