28 June, 2018
Professor Gerrard’s appointment has been covered by the NZ Herald, stuff.co.nz, and The Spinoff.
New Zealand Herald, June 12, 2018
Scientists have applauded the appointment of respected biochemist Professor Juliet Gerrard as the next science adviser to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
She takes over the role from Professor Sir Peter Gluckman, whose decade in the position has involved reporting on everything from climate change and freshwater issues to youth suicide and asbestos exposure....
Stuff, June 12, 2018
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has appointed an Auckland biochemist expert as her new Chief Science Advisor.
Professor Juliet Gerrard will replace outgoing advisor professor Sir Peter Gluckman, Ardern announced on Tuesday at the University of Auckland.
Gerrard was the associate dean of research at the University of Auckland's faculty of science, but has retired from that role to take up the new appointment...
The Spinoff, June 13, 2018
Yesterday the prime minister announced who would be replacing Sir Peter Gluckman as her chief science advisor. For those of you not from the world of science or the ivory towers of academia, Sir Peter is the senior, wise, trusted, articulate, and knowledgeable “spokesman” you’ve probably seen all over the news recently fronting his office’s report on the meth-testing debacle. You know, the older, bearded, white man. Wears glasses. No, not that one. The other one...