Health and wellness

Participate in a research project or visit UQ Health Clinics

As a valued alumnus or UQ community member you can participate in research and contribute to the ground-breaking discoveries happening at UQ. Many of the research projects will reimburse you for your time. Alternatively, you can visit one of our many UQ Health Clinics, The clinics offer high quality and professional healthcare across a broad range of areas, and are open to the community.
Call for volunteers from the Alumni and community events newsletter:

Melanoma awareness survey: Complete a survey on the University of Leeds' melanoma cancer awareness measure to help ensure the measure is scientifically accurate and understandable to the general public. More information.

Volunteers needed for concussion EEG study: Seeking participants aged 18–35 who have experienced a concussion in the past 5 years. The study involves a one-hour online session and a 2-hour EEG session. Participants receive $20 per hour. Email the researcher for more information.

Imaging in Multiple Sclerosis Research: seeking healthy adults with no neurological conditions to take part in an MRI research study – healthy adults with no neurological conditions to take part in an MRI research study What is the purpose of this research? We are seeking healthy adults to take part in a research study involving magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). We will investigate how MRI can be best used to assess brain changes in people with Multiple Sclerosis. To do this we will compare MRI scans of people who are healthy with those affected by MS. Participants will be asked to attend a single MRI scanning session at the Princess Alexandra Hospital Radiology Department. Each session will take approximately 2 hours. In recognition of your participation in the study, we would like to offer one $20 Coles/Myer voucher provided after the MRI scan. Please contact if you would like any further information or wish to discuss this study further.





Health and wellbeing for people aged over 50

UQ Healthy Living

UQ Health Clinics