In this episode, Dr. Hanareia Ehau-Taumaunu, postdoctoral scientist at Bioprotection Aotearoa and Plant and Food Research, joins host Jim Bradeen for a conversation about her perspectives as an Indigenous woman and a scientist.The two chat about Indigenous ways of knowing, what shaped her career path, and her research on phyllosphere composition.
The full transcript for this episode can be found here: https://bit.ly/3SfxqJ4
Ehau-Taumauna, H. and Hockett, K. (2022) Passaging phyllosphere microbial communities develop suppression towards bacterial speck disease in tomato. Phytobiomes. https://apsjournals.apsnet.org/doi/10.1094/PBIOMES-05-22-0030-FI
Tuhononga: The Interconnection of Maori and Nature (Phipps Conservatory) https://www.phipps.conservatory.org/green-innovation/for-the-world/nature-of-place-symposium/nature-of-place-symposium-2020/session-3/hanareia-ehau-taumaunu-m.s
Find Dr. Hanareia Ehau-Taumaunu on Twitter: @hanareiaehau
This episode is produced by Association Briefings.
Special Guest: Hanareia Ehau-Taumaunu.