University research centres
The College of Health is home to two university research centres that draw interdisciplinary teams of Massey academics together, working in partnership with external collaborators. They carry out world-class research, focusing on major national and international issues.
Research Centre for Hauora and Health
The RCHH’s hauora and health research covers everything from mātauranga and kaupapa Māori to environmental and occupational health.
SHORE and Whāriki Research Centre
Two multidisciplinary research groups working in a Treaty of Waitangi partnership model to improve health and wellbeing nationally and globally.
College research centres and groups
Our college’s research centres, groups and units focus on a range of areas of health research.
Centre for Metabolic Health Research
The Centre for Metabolic Health Research supports collaborations among academics to improve health and wellbeing.
Medical Physiology Research Unit
The Medical Physiology Research Unit aims to improve understanding of the physiological and pathophysiological processes that underpin medical treatment.
Sleep/Wake Research Centre
The Sleep/Wake Research Centre conducts research into a range of areas of sleep and waking function, including healthy sleep across the lifespan and fatigue and shift work management.
Vitamin D Research Centre
We research conditions where vitamin D deficiency is potentially damaging to short-term and long-term health.