Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

Research Study Recruitment

Today's studies are tomorrow's news headlines - so why not be a part of the research happening here in our faculty? Take a look below at some of the study taking place in FMHS and see if you could be the perfect participant for current medical and health research.


Fancy eating free meat or meat alternative for eight weeks to see if high-quality beef can help to protect against heart disease? Take part in this study by Liggins Institute. 

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Are you pregnant? A mobile phone app could help you track your baby’s movements and make you aware of any changes.


We are looking for people in the Auckland region who have experience of infertility and would like to participate in an international collaboration to improve infertility research.


If you have children age 13-17, we invite you to take part in a focus group to explore parents’ attitudes about screen and media use in teenagers.


Most women planning induction of labour at 37 weeks or more with a healthy baby would be suitable to participate in this study about induced labour.


Do you get headaches? Be part of a study investigating the effectiveness of different ibuprofen formulations for the treatment of headaches and receive a voucher for your participation.


This study is evaluating a web-based system for medical prescriptions for use on a robot. Read more about the criteria here.


If you're over 18 years old, you could talk to an Artificial Human! Read more about the Soul Machines study. 


A Master of Public Health student wants to interview women aged 18-35 about their health and wellbeing values and practices for this study. 


Are you the parent of a child aged 9-15 who enjoys playingcomputer games? You and your child may be eligible to take part in a computer game trial developed to improve children’s health knowledge.


We are looking for young adults aged 17-25 years old with type 1 diabetes to fill out a questionnaire about the relationship between mood and blood glucose control. Find out more.


If you're between 18-21 and active on social media, you could be part of a study your food-related social media activities.


We are looking for males age 20-40 to undertake a free, fully supervised exercise-training programme over 5 weeks - compensation included.

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NIHI researchers are looking for parents and carers of children aged 0-2 years who are willing to take part in an online survey to share their experiences of using growth charts.


If you're pregnant you could take part in this study which is trying to prevent low blood sugars in newborn babies.


Be part of a study investigating attitudes towards mental disorders and utilisation of mental health care - it only takes 15 minutes! Click here to find out more.


Feeling depressed? Have you found that anti-depressants haven't worked? You may be eligible to take part in this study.


Are you pregnant and yet to have your oral glucose test? Take part in a study to find out how gestational diabetes mellitus should be diagnosed.


We are looking for active males aged 18-40 to participate in a study that aims to understand how a natural Olive Leaf Extract supplement can improve performance and markers of cardiovascular health. Find out more.


The Centre for Brain Research is looking for people over 65 years old to take part in a study about brain plasticity and cognition - read more here.


The National Institute for Health Innovation have recently launched an app named SPGeTTI to test whether it is an effective means helping support behaviour change for people experiencing harms from gambling.


We are looking for participants to trial blinking exercises for dry eye. If you are aged over 16 years and have 30-60 minutes to spare, you could take part in this study.


If you are less than 14 weeks pregnant and overweight, you could take part in the Fish Oil in Pregnancy Study.


WANTED: Women with iPhones for study investigating menstrual-tracking apps - more details here.


Do you want to be reimbursed for exercise? Take part in these FREE exercise sessions for the University of Auckland’s research study.


Are you less than 13 weeks pregnant? We would love to hear from you! Join our Auckland based study and help future mums and babies by visiting the study website.


The University of Auckland is NOW RECRUITING males aged between 20-40 years old living in Auckland. You will be reimbursed for your involvement—just click on the link to find out if you’re eligible!


We are looking to recruit healthy male and female volunteers for our study 'Characterising clozapine-induced cardiotoxicity using circulating microRNA expression' - Read more.

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Do you want your study listed here? Email marketing with information about your study and how long you will be recruiting for.