Participants sought for research studies and clinical trials

Central Clinical School research projects investigate a range of human health problems. If you would like to participate in our studies, please see the currently recruiting projects listed here. Thank you for your interest!

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Posted Department Title of study Further info and Contact Recruitment end date
24/11/2022 Neuroscience Post Stroke Exercise Study
Dr Jean Sebastien Teoh
(03) 9903 9328
Sun, 31/12/2023
18/11/2022 Gastroenterology Endo Barostat Study
Dr Jane Varney
+61 412 944 848
Tue, 14/11/2023
12/10/2022 Neuroscience The vagus nerve in epilepsy
Ms Mikaela Patros
+61 402 510 559
Fri, 31/10/2025
15/08/2022 Neuroscience The immunobiology of pregnancy, and impacts in women with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) or Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder (NMOSD)
Dr Vilija Jokubaitis
(03) 9903 0880
Wed, 31/12/2025
14/07/2022 Neuroscience Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Migraine in Multiple Sclerosis
Ms Pavika Thevar
0433 151 949
Mon, 18/09/2023
21/06/2022 Neuroscience How does the brain control blood pressure in hypertension? Functional identification of cortical and subcortical sites responsible for Neurogenic Hypertension in humans
Professor Vaughan Macefield
(03) 8532 1866
Fri, 22/12/2023
17/03/2022 Respiratory Research@Alfred A qualitative longitudinal study examining perceptions, attitudes and experiences of “SINFONIA” - a group singing program for people with chronic respiratory diseases
Ms Lena Ly
0406 832 253
Mon, 01/01/2024
17/03/2022 Respiratory Research@Alfred EAGLE: A Phase II Trial to Assess Feasibility of Using Nasal High Flow for Breathlessness in Participants with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease who do not qualify for domiciliary long-term oxygen therapy
Dr Amy Pascoe
(03) 9903 8930
Fri, 01/03/2024
17/03/2022 Respiratory Research@Alfred SINFONIA: A clinical trial examining the benefits of SingINg For breathing in COPD aNd ILD pAtients
Dr Amy Pascoe
(03) 9903 8930
Mon, 01/01/2024
15/10/2021 Neuroscience Sodium Selenate Treatment for Probable Behavioural Variant Fronto-temporal Dementia
Dr Lucy Vivash
(03) 9903 0860
Tue, 01/07/2025