Research Studies

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

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Australian IBD Microbiome


The Australian IBD Microbiome Study



Action To promote brain HEalth iN Adults trial: pilot feasibility study

The Healthy Optimal Australian Microbiome Study

By gaining an understanding of what is a normal and healthy microbiome, clinicians, researchers, and healthcare professionals will be better informed about what they might be able to do to improve health by modulating the microbiome.


Telemedicine study

Researchers from The George Institute for Global Health are seeking to optimise telemedicine delivery in out-patients.

mother babies


The MothersBabies Study is an observational study investigating changes in the human microbiome from pre-pregnancy, throughout pregnancy and birth, and onto the baby’s first birthday. 

Atrial fibrillation


This study involves mass screening for Atrial Fibrillation (AF) in persons 75+ using handheld devices integrated with a central monitoring service. Participants will receive support from the research centre if AF is detected.



Researchers from the University of Sydney are looking for adults with lower back pain to participate in this innovative study which will use text messages to support recovery.

Online Grocery Shopping Study

Online Grocery Shopping study

A web-based study by The George Institute for Global Health on how people’s online grocery purchases are influenced by information presented to them.

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What is the Join Us register?

Join Us is a simple online register that helps researchers prevent, treat and find cures for disease.

For you, your family, your neighbours and for everyone.

Information for participants

It takes less than 15 minutes to sign up. You’ll need to share some personal information and we will get back to you once you are a match.


Information for researchers

Join Us is a secure, online research register that provides access to community members to be contacted about research that might be relevant to their health status.