We will upload information about the latest recipients to have been awarded HRC funding for all of our funding opportunities as this information becomes officially available.

The information provided is for ‘year to date’ funding.

Previous Recipient List

  • Clinical Practitioner Research Fellowship
    Dr Martin Than
    Canterbury District Health Board
    Investigation of cardiovascular pathology in the emergency department
    $713,273
    60 months
  • 2010 Funding Round
    Dr Martin Than
    Canterbury District Health Board
    Can an 'Accelerated pathway' Reduce Admissions for Chest Pain in New Zealand?
    $899,710
    27 months
  • 2012 Funding Round
    Dr Martin Than
    Canterbury District Health Board
    Can a New 'Australasian Risk Score' Reduce Chest Pain Admissions in New Zealand
    $730,040
    22 months
  • Health Innovation Partnership
    Dr Martin Than
    Canterbury District Health Board
    HRC, National Health Committee
    Improving care processes for patients with possible acute coronary syndrome
    $349,966
    18 months
  • 2014 Funding Round – Project
    Dr Alice Theadom
    AUT University
    Prevalence and impact of inherited myopathies in New Zealand
    $1,198,076
    36 months
  • 2014 Funding Round – Feasibility Study
    Dr Alice Theadom
    AUT University
    Improving multi-faceted functioning in people after brain injury: A feasability study
    $149,980
    12 months
  • Erihapeti Rehu-Murchie Māori Health Research Postdoctoral Fellowship
    Dr Reremoana Theodore
    University of Otago, Dunedin
    Te Maramatanga: How education positively affects Māori health over time
    $354,512
    36 months
  • 2018 Māori health research emerging leader fellowship
    Dr Reremoana (Moana) Theodore
    University of Otago
    Rangahau Ara Oranga
    $500,000
    48 months
  • 2018 Emerging Researcher First Grant
    Dr Kate Thomas
    University of Otago
    Optimisation of pre-operative cardiovascular fitness: The heat vs. HIIT study
    $249,615
    36 months
  • 2009 Funding Round
    Dr Benjamin Thompson
    The University of Auckland
    Promoting neural plasticity to recover visual function in amblyopia
    $149,971
    36 months
  • 2013 Funding Round
    Dr Benjamin Thompson
    The University of Auckland
    A randomized clinical trial of a new binocular treatment for amblyopia
    $1,167,538
    36 months
  • 2014 Funding Round – Project
    Dr John Thompson
    The University of Auckland
    Quality of care and outcomes in children with cleft lip and/or palate
    $1,005,314
    48 months
  • Maori Health Summer Studentship
    Mr Daniel Thompson
    University of Otago
    A qualitative look at Tikanga best practice guidelines in New Zealand District Health Boardss
    $5,000
    3 months
  • Project
    Associate Professor John Thompson
    University of Auckland
    Environmental and genetic risk factors for cleft lip and palate
    $1,198,687
    60 months
  • 2007 Funding Round
    Dr George Thomson
    University of Otago, Wellington
    Policymaking to reduce smoking around children
    $700,445
    36 months
  • 2013 Funding Round
    Professor Peter Thorne
    The University of Auckland
    Imaging the labyrinthine-blood barrier in Meniere's disease
    $966,266
    36 months
  • 2009 Funding Round
    Professor Peter Thorne
    The University of Auckland
    Abnormal ion homeostasis in inner ear disease
    $1,273,525
    36 months
  • 2007 Partnership Programme
    Professor Peter Thorne
    Auckland UniServices Limited, The University of Auckland
    Health Research Council of New Zealand, Department of Labour, Accident Compensation Corporation
    Noise Induced Hearing Loss: Epidemiology, Noise Exposure and Prevention
    $1,199,995
    42 months
  • 2012 Research Exploring the Health Implications of the Canterbury Earthquake
    Ms Louise Thornley
    Quigley and Watts Ltd
    Building Community Resilience: Learning from the Canterbury Earthquake Response
    $120,000
    18 months
  • 2011 Career Development Awards - Clinical Research Training Fellow
    Simon Thornley
    The University of Auckland
    Cardiovascular disease risk prediction in the era of effective drug treatment
    $250,000
    36 months