Much of the work we do at Liggins is for the benefit of our community, and we share our research findings through public lectures and events, publications, and learning resources for secondary school students. We also involve the community in the many clinical studies we run, which are designed to improve health outcomes in newborn babies, children and adults. Find out how you can take part by clicking the study pages below.
How to get involved
Attend a public lecture, take part in a clinical trial or make a donation. There are lots of ways to get involved and help improve health outcomes for people at every age and stage.
From studies during pregnancy and childhood, to nutrition studies in adulthood, take part in a clinical trial and help put research into practice.
Take part in a study to find out how gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) should be diagnosed.
If you're pregnant you could take part in this study which is trying to prevent low blood sugars in newborn babies.
Take part in a study to find out how gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) should be treated.
Planning a school or community research project? If you're based in South Auckland you could get funding AND help from expert scientists through the SouthSci programme