Research Studies

There are many different types of research you can take part in. See all studies currently recruiting below.

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CVMM Study

Researchers at UNSW are conducting a project to determine whether an online program delivered
by an Accredited Exercise Physiologist could help adults with hypertension to improve their blood
pressure and fitness level.

ReacStep Study

Researchers from Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) are investigating the effects of a ReacStep Program on fall risk and cognition in older adults.

Sun-D

Regular sunscreen application reduces the risk of skin cancer, but it may also reduce vitamin D production.

The Sun-D Trial is the first large trial to investigate the effect of applying SPF 50+ sunscreen on Vitamin D.

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SafeTrip Study

Researchers from neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) are investigating how older adults can learn effective stepping to avoid falling when they experience unpredictable trips and slips.

Australian IBD Microbiome

AIM

The Australian IBD Microbiome Study seeks to identify people at risk of IBD prior to symptoms through microbiome analysis, preventing symptom progression, and being able to define how patients are likely to respond to treatment.

ATHENA

ATHENA

The ATHENA study is investigating methods of lowering blood pressure to reduce the risk of cognitive decline and dementia in persons aged 50-70 years.

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