Auckland Academic Health Alliance
The Auckland Academic Health Alliance formalises a research, teaching and clinical delivery relationship spanning almost five decades between the Auckland District Health Board and the University of Auckland.
Auckland Academic Health Alliance in action
As a medical and health sciences researcher, you can apply to access tissue and related medical data from the ARTB – Te Ira Kāwai.
The AAHA Research Collaboration Fund provides ‘seed’ funding to strengthen relationships between researchers at the University of Auckland and Auckland DHB.
No matter your career level, as a health professional you can apply for one of our research-based fellowships.
For updates on the AAHA, news on research and health care milestones and more, you can subscribe to the Dean's Diary newsletter from the Medical and Health Sciences faculty at the University of Auckland, read the eNova newsletter from the Auckland District Health Board or visit our news and events section.
Richard Faull knighted for four decades of service to brain research
04 January 2017Sir Richard Faull, director of the Neurological Foundation Douglas Centre for Brain Research at the University of Auckland was recently honoured with a knighthood. The article featured on Stuff.co.nz.
Mental health experience leads to Supreme Award
21 December 2016Supreme Award winner at the annual Attitude Awards this year was mental health awareness advocate and University of Auckland professional teaching fellow, Debra Lampshire.
Fellowship study to improve nutrition information to GPs
21 December 2016Improving the quality of nutrition information available to general practitioners for their patients, is the focus of a study, funded by a new research fellowship.
Project team wins Excellence in Research award
21 December 2016Congratulations to Dr Michelle Wise and her team; Dr Premjit Gill, Sarah Lensen, Associate Professor John Thompson and Professor Cindy Farqhar who received the 2016 Health Excellence Award (HEX) for Excellence in Research.
The Diabesity Crisis: how can we make a difference? Event as iCalendar
17 March 2017, 9am - 5pmJoin us for this symposium showcasing the latest national and international research on diabetes and obesity.