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.
Regional trends revealed for meth labs
26 April 2017Helensville and Hamilton were two of the meth lab hot spots identified in the first geographic study of clandestine meth lab distribution in New Zealand.
Report finds our aging population will need increased levels of care
21 April 2017New Zealand’s aging population will lead to a substantial increase in the need to provide daily and weekly care for the elderly, a University of Auckland study has found.
Monthly vitamin D supplement does not prevent heart disease
21 April 2017A major research trial by the University of Auckland’s School of Population Health has found that taking higher doses of vitamin D once a month won’t lower your risk of heart disease.
Participants sought for e-cigarette stop-smoking trial
19 April 2017A clinical trial by the University of Auckland is calling for smokers to take part in their stop-smoking programme using nicotine patches and e-cigarettes.
How genes are turned on and off in cancer cells by Bruce Baguley Event as iCalendar
28 April 2017, 2 - 3pmAbstract: A complex but wonderful picture of gene regulation is emerging from recent studies. This seminar, designed for a general science audience and open to everyone.
TIKI (Technology Innovation and Knowledge Interchange) Tour Event as iCalendar
01 May 2017, 11am - 2pmAuckland DHB is hosting a TIKI (Technology Innovation and Knowledge Interchange) Tour in conjunction with CMDT and MedTech CoRE.