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Submissions open for 2024 Diabetes New Zealand Research Foundation Fellowship

31 Jan 2024

Both clinical and non-clinical health professionals, and academic researchers, are invited to apply now for the Diabetes New Zealand Research Foundation’s (DNZRF) 2024 research fellowship. Available from June 2024, this fellowship is expected to contribute to DNZRF’s mission to end the significant harm caused by diabetes in New Zealand.

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Six summer studentships open for application

12 Sep 2023

In collaboration with the New Zealand Society for the Study of Diabetes (NZSSD), DNZRF is delighted to share that it will support six studentships for the 2023/2024 summer. Available up to the value of $6,000 including GST, projects must be diabetes related and appropriate supervision needs to be provided by the host institution.

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Focus on Diabetes: Clinical Characteristics of Patients Undergoing Dental Clearance

26 Jul 2023

During her 2023 summer break, fifth year Otago University medical student Kathryn Barnhill led a research team to undertake a retrospective clinical audit of the Hospital Dental Service, and adult diabetes services in the Outpatient Department at Te Whatu Ora Waitaha (Canterbury).

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New fund available to researchers for monitoring equipment

28 Jun 2023

Diabetes New Zealand Research Foundation is proud to collaborate with Diabetes New Zealand (DNZ) in a number of ways including promotion of a new fund for researchers just announced.

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DNZRF co-funds summer internships

8 Nov 2022

Researchers exploring the impact of automated insulin delivery on eating behaviours, the outcomes of diabetes youth camps on young Kiwis, and studying intergenerational diabetes from the perspectives of Pacific aiga and Māori whānau, are among the recipients of this year’s Summer Internship grants.

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New research foundation focuses on diabetes in New Zealand

16 Mar 2022

Aotearoa’s largest not-for-profit funder of diabetes research has officially launched. The Diabetes New Zealand Research Foundation (DNZRF) funds world-class New Zealand research, by New Zealand researchers, to improve outcomes for New Zealanders living with diabetes.

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