Institution

Massey University

About Massey University

Massey University is a university located in Palmerston North, New Zealand, Albany, New Zealand, and Wellington, New Zealand. Massey University has approximately 35,000 students, 17,000 of whom are extramural or distance-learning students.

Reviewers: 211

4th in New Zealand

Reviews: 2,530

4th in New Zealand

Merit: 7,626

4th in New Zealand

Openness: 3.8%

3rd in New Zealand

Journal Editors at Massey University

Reviewers from Massey University

  • Reviewer

    Miles C. E. Grafton

    A Senior lecturer in Agricultural Engineering and Farm Management and production at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. Miles Grafton worked as a Management Accountant and GIS technician in the agricultural aviation industry for a number of years. His Ph.D research was in identifying causes of material flow problems in aircraft. He has also been involved in developing computer controlled automated delivery systems for variable rate application of bulk solids from agricultural aircraft. He spent 3 years working as a research scientist for a major fertiliser manufacturer in application science and spreading quality improvement. He works in Precision Agriculture (PA) and has been involved in modelling fertiliser ballistics for improved application accuracy and quantifying the benefits of PA.

  • Reviewer

    Andy Towers

    Andy is a Senior Lecturer in Health Sciences at Massey University, and a senior investigator on New Zealand's only nationally representative longitudinal ageing study: the 'Health, Work and Retirement (HWR) Longitudinal Study'. His research focuses on the patterns, predictors and outcomes of older adults alcohol use.

  • Reviewer

    Naomi Cogger

    Dr Naomi Cogger was awarded a PhD from the Faculty of Veterinary Science University of Sydney. In 2003 she moved to New Zealand to work at the EpiCentre and is one of the founding Directors of the Working Dog Centre. Her research portfolio includes activities in both epidemiology and biosecurity. She has collaborated with groups to design studies that enable better understanding of risk factors for health and performance problems in working dogs, horses, and livestock. Her work in the field of biosecurity includes the design and evaluation of surveillance systems, development of decision support systems for outbreak investigations and development of better methodologies for risk analysis.

  • Reviewer

    Jenny Carryer

    Professor of Nursing Massey University Executive Director College of Nurses, Aotearoa ( NZ) Inc Chair National Nurse Leaders group Chair Health Workforce NZ Nursing Taskforce