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

  • Pacific Health Research Summer Studentship
    Ms Mayor Mataio
    The University of Auckland
    Pacific health models: Do they fit?
    $5,000
    10 weeks
  • Pacific Health Research Summer Studentship
    Tupuna Mataio
    The University of Auckland
    Cook Island adolescents perception and behaviour of alcohol use in Auckland
    $5,000
    3 months
  • Sir Charles Hercus Health Research Fellowship
    Assistant Professor Brya Matthews
    The University of Auckland
    Novel osteoprogenitor cell populations involved in bone healing
    $500,000
    48 months
  • Pacific Health Research Summer Studentship
    Ms Melbournemockba Mauiliu
    University of Otago, Dunedin
    Experiences of Pacific peoples in the Prospective Outcomes of Injury Study
    $5,000
    10 weeks
  • 2006 Career Development Award - Maori PhD Scholarship
    Peter Maulder
    AUT University
    The role of movement variability and muscle stiffness in lower limb injury
    $104,712
    42 months
  • Māori Health Research Rangahau Hauora Training Award
    Reverend Bettina Maxwell
    Independent
    Te puna roimata te oranga whānau
    $12,000
    6 months
  • 2011 Career Development Awards - DPPPhD
    Elizabeth Mayland
    University of Otago
    Disability foundations: Anxiety and injury perceptions after upper limb trauma
    $107,105
    36 months
  • Sir Charles Hercus Health Research Fellowship
    Dr Fiona McBryde
    The University of Auckland
    Brainstem hypoperfusion as a causative mechanism for neurogenic hypertension
    $500,000
    48 months
  • Pacific Health Research PhD Scholarship
    Alana McCambridge
    The University of Auckland
    Improving upper-limb impairment after stroke with novel brain stimulation
    $105,230
    36 months
  • 2006 Career Development Award - Maori PhD Scholarship
    Kahu McClintock
    The University of Auckland
    Acceptable child/adolescent Mental Health Services for New Zealand Maori
    $101,050
    36 months
  • 2010 Career Development Awards - Erihapeti Rehu-Murchie Fellowship
    Kahu McClintock
    Te Rau Matatini
    Tomo mai, Responsive Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) for Māori Rangatahi
    $322,034
    36 months
  • 2011 Career Development Awards - DPPPhD
    Janet McDonald
    University of Otago
    The process and experience of family carers managing nursing procedures at home
    $113,450
    48 months
  • Māori Health Research PhD Scholarship
    Ms Marama McDonald
    The University of Auckland
    The secret to happiness: Narratives from Māori elders in the Bay of Plenty
    $37,303
    12 months
  • 2008 Career Development Award - Sir Charles Hercus Fellowship
    Ailsa McGregor
    The University of Auckland
    Targeting dysfunctional cholinergic transmission in a model of Huntington's Disease
    $500,000
    82 months
  • Clinical Practitioner Research Fellowship
    Dr Shay McGuinness
    Auckland District Health Board
    Improving outcomes after cardiothoracic surgery
    $85,000
    60 months
  • Māori Health Research PhD Scholarship
    Ms Christina McKerchar
    University of Otago, Wellington
    Food availability for Māori children: A rights based approach
    $120,750
    48 months
  • Clinical Research Training Fellowship (2016 funding round)
    Dr Steven McKinstry
    Medical Research Institute of New Zealand
    High flow nasal cannulae therapy in COPD and heart failure
    $250,000
    36 months
  • 2012 Career Development Awards - Māori PhD Scholarship
    Andre McLachlan
    University of Otago
    Collaboration with and for rural Māori with addiction and related problems
    $80,278
    36 months
  • 2010 Career Development Awards - Clinical Research Training Fellow
    Rachael McLean
    University of Otago
    Sodium in New Zealand, intake, consumer perceptions, and implications for chronic disease
    $250,000
    36 months
  • Clinical Research Training Fellowship
    Dr Suneela Mehta
    The University of Auckland
    Can we predict CVD risk population-wide using only routinely collected data?
    $166,600
    4 years