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

  • Māori health research PhD scholarship (2018 funding round)
    Pania Bridge-Comer
    University of Auckland
    Effects of artificial sweetener in the maternal diet on offspring fertility
    $122,000
    36 months
  • 2016 Funding Round - Project
    Professor Margaret Brimble
    University of Auckland
    New generation lipopeptide antimicrobial agents using patented CLipPA technology
    $1,199,021
    36 months
  • Projects
    Professor Margaret Brimble
    The University of Auckland
    Naturally occurring peptaibols: “Magic bullets” for targeting breast cancer
    $1,195,373
    36 months
  • 2007 Funding Round
    Dr Elizabeth Broadbent
    The University of Auckland
    A trial on the effects of psychological preparation for surgery on wound healing
    $139,830
    24 months
  • 2015 Funding Round - Project
    Dr Jonathan Broadbent
    University of Otago, Dunedin
    Oral health from childhood to mid-life
    $1,193,937
    60 months
  • 2015 Funding Round - Project
    Dr Rebecca Brookland
    University of Otago, Dunedin
    Older drivers, families and GPs: Navigating the path between mobility and safety
    $1,193,921
    36 months
  • Projects
    Dr Rebecca Brookland
    University of Otago, Dunedin
    Predictors and impact of driving cessation on older adults and whanau/families
    $1,199,989
    48 months
  • 2011 Partnership Programme
    Associate Professor John Broughton
    University of Otago
    Health Research Council of New Zealand, Ministry of Health
    Oranga niho me nga tangata whaiora
    $303,540
    12 months
  • Clinical Research Training Fellowship
    Dr Lisa Brown
    The University of Auckland
    Accelerating liquefaction of pancreatic necrosum using targeted enzymes
    $166,666
    24 months
  • 2010 Funding Round
    Dr Colin Brown
    University of Otago
    Kisspeptin-oxytocin regulation of pregnancy: implications for preterm delivery
    $709,665
    36 months
  • 2010 Funding Round
    Dr Rachel Brown
    University of Otago, Dunedin
    Nuts for LIFE (Lipids, InFlammation, Endothelial)
    $143,207
    24 months
  • 2013 Funding Round
    Dr Colin Brown
    University of Otago, Dunedin
    Central regulation of natural birth processes
    $1,003,783
    36 months
  • 2017 Ngā Kanohi Kitea Development Grant
    Ms Katrina Bryant
    Te Runanga ō Otākou
    Taurite Tū: Development of falls prevention exercise programme for Māori
    $5,200
    3 months
  • 2011 Partnership Programme
    Associate Professor Christopher Bullen
    Auckland Uniservices Ltd, The University of Auckland
    Health Research Council of New Zealand, Ministry of Health
    The grand challenge: Innovative research to halve smoking prevalence in Aotearoa New Zealand
    $5,000,000
    48 months
  • 2010 Funding Round
    Dr Christopher Bullen
    The University of Auckland
    Electronic cigarettes for smoking cessation: a randomised controlled trial
    $1,199,155
    36 months
  • Research Partnerships for New Zealand Health Delivery 2012
    Associate Professor Chris Bullen
    The University of Auckland
    The Health Research Council of New Zealand, in partnership with Auckland DHB, Counties Manukau DHB, and Waitemata DHB
    Adding IMPACT via a DHB partnership
    $199,998
    12 months
  • 2016 Funding Round - Project
    Professor Christopher Bullen
    University of Auckland
    No smokers left behind: A trial of adaptive smoking cessation treatment
    $1,197,725
    36 months
  • 2010 Ethics Summer Studentship 2010
    Stephanie Burcher
    The University of Auckland
    Performance of the Northern X Ethics Committee
    $5,000
    4 months
  • 2008 Partnership Programme
    Professor Carl Burgess
    University of Otago
    Health Research Council of New Zealand, Medsafe
    Electronic Pharmacovigilance: A centralised database combining GP practice data
    $100,026
    10 months
  • Māori health research PhD scholarship (2018 funding round)
    Ms Hannah Burgess
    University of Auckland
    Whānau consent: an expression of indigenous rights
    $125,496
    36 months