Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

Research Study Recruitment

*The National Institute for Health Innovation have recently launched an app named SPGeTTI. This app is a part of a research study to test whether it is an effective means helping support behaviour change. Visit their official website for more information.

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

*Healthy volunteers wanted for study on beneficial human gut fungi - find out more.

*Volunteers wanted for a study investigating beta-blocker medications for the relief of pre-exam anxiety. Click here for more information.

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

*Volunteers wanted for gout app study! We want to find out which mobile phone apps for gout are the most engaging, effective and fun for patients to use. Click here for more information.

*Do you have a problem with dairy? We are recruiting healthy male and female volunteers for our study Los aMiGoS: the role of inflammation in lactose malabsorption - a2 Milk™ for Gut Comfort Study. Click here for more infromation.

*We are down to the last few spaces on our trial investigating the use of a Manuka honey-based skin cream for dry eye. Click here to find out more.

*The University of Auckland is NOW RECRUITING participants for a research study about Pākehā, Māori and Pacific health. We are looking for 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!

*Will your baby start solids soon? If you're planning on introducing solids when your baby is 4-6 months old, consider being a part of this innovative nutrition research. We are now recruiting Auckland families of 2-3 month-old babies to be a part of new nutrition research exploring how complementary feeding affects immune and gut health. Click here to find out more.

*Masters student Nicole Myr Schoombie is recruiting volunteers for her study on regulating emotions and health behaviour. Read more here.