Assoc. Prof. Māui Hudson
Iwi: Whakatōhea, Ngā Ruahine, Te Māhurehure
Qualifications: BHSc(Physiotherapy) AIT, MHSc(Ethics) AUT
Associate Professor / Manukura
Māori research ethics, interface of mātauranga Māori and science, Māori innovation, Indigenous Data Sovereignty
Māui is an interdisciplinary researcher who focuses on the application of mātauranga Māori to decision-making across a range of contemporary contexts from new technologies to health, the environment to innovation. He has co-authored a number of ethical guidelines including Te Ara Tika: Guidelines on Māori Research Ethics, a framework for researchers and ethics committee members; Te Mata Ira Guidelines on Genomic Research with Māori; and He Tangata Kei Tua Guidelines on Biobanking with Māori.
Māui's current research projects include;
Te Nohonga Kaitiaki - developing Guidelines for Genomic Research with Taonga Species
Co-Innovation Interface - exploring Māori perspectives on gene editing
Te Tuakiri o te Taonga - developing Biocultural Labels to recognise indigenous rights in genomic data
He Papa Moana - developing a cross cultural ocean knowledge platform as part of the Moana project
Māori IP & Responsible Innovation - understanding the intersection between intellectual property and Indigenous data sovereignty
Māui supports Māori to engage in the research sector as a co-convener of SING Aotearoa, the New Zealand chapter of the Summer Internship for Indigenous Genomics, and Te Ahu o Rehua, a Network for Cross Cultural Ocean Knowledge connecting expertise across the fields of climate change, marine science, ocean health, voyaging and non-instrument navigation. Māui also advocates for Māori rights and interests through Te Mana Raraunga: Māori Data Sovereignty Network and the Global Indigenous Data Alliance. He is a co-founder of ENRICH, a joint initiative between the University of Waikato and New York University, and a co-developer of the Biocultural Labels Initiative.
Māui affiliates to Whakatohea, Ngā Ruahine, and Te Māhurehure. He is a member of the Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board, a director on Eastern Seafarms Ltd, Whakatohea Fisheries Asset Holding Company and Pakihi Trading Company. He is also a Trustee on Toi Kai Rawa, a trust promoting Māori Economic Development across the Bay of Connections.
Indigenous Rights; Maori; Maori Research; Science
Māori Innovation, Indigenous Data Sovereignty
TIKA363 - Mana Motuhake: Tribal Regeneration
Ambler, J., Diallo, A. A., Dearden, P. K., Wilcox, P., Hudson, M., & Tiffin, N. (2020). Including Digital Sequence Data in the Nagoya Protocol Can Promote Data Sharing. Trends in Biotechnology. doi:10.1016/j.tibtech.2020.06.009
Hudson, M., Mead, A. T. P., Chagne, D., Roskruge, N., Morrison, S., Wilcox, P. L., & Allan, A. C. (2020). Indigenous perspectives on gene editing in Aotearoa New Zealand. In T. Sprink, R. A. Wilhelm, A. Spök, J. Robienski, S. Schleissing, & J. H. Schiemann (Eds.), Plant Genome Editing – Policies and Governance (pp. 226-234). Frontiers Media SA. doi:10.3389/fbioe.2019.00070
Hudson, M., Whaanga, H., Waiti, J., Maxwell, H., Davis, K., Arahanga, T., . . . Taitoko, M. (2020). Visualising Mātauranga Māori for Iwi Outcomes. New Zealand Science Review. Special Issue Mātauranga and Science - Part 2, 76(1-2).
Kukutai, T., Carroll, S., & Walter, M. (2020). Indigenous data sovereignty. In D. Mamo (Ed.), The Indigenous World 2020 (34 ed., pp. 654-662). Copenhagen, Denmark: IWGIA. Retrieved from http://iwgia.org/images/yearbook/2020/IWGIA_The_Indigenous_World_2020.pdf Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/13633
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