The Department is active and productive in many areas of medical research including disease mechanisms, new treatments and clinical trials of treatment.
Our academic clinicians regularly present their findings at local, national and international meetings and publish in peer reviewed and international publications. They are always interested in supervising PhD and Masters' students in their area of interest. Please contact them directly:
There are a number of research groups and studies that are part of or aligned with, the Department of Medicine.
- Rehabilitation Teaching and Research Unit (RTRU)
- Wellington Asthma Research Group (WARG)
- WellSleep Sleep Disorders Centre
- Occupational and Aviation Medicine (OAMU)
- Internal Medicine
The Department of Medicine Wellington Biobank is a storage facility for human samples (such as blood, breast milk and skin swab samples) collected to facilitate health research.