We are sometimes asked if there are any opportunities to volunteer for research. This page contains information about a number of research centres that require volunteers for a range of sleep related studies. Some of them also have volunteer databases that you can add your details to. 

Check back from time to time as this list maybe be updated as new information becomes available.

If you are part of a research centre and would like your groups details added to this page please conatct us at admin@hypersomnolenceaustralia.com 

Monash Institute of Cognitive and Clinical Neurosciences - MICCN To comprehensively understand the human brain and answer the most pressing research questions in cognitive and clinical neurosciences, MICCN have a number of specialist research groups which complement our three integrated research programs – Addiction, Attention and Memory and Sleep.

Click here to sign up to the MICCN Research Participation System.

 

BASE - Be Active Sleep & Eat - is designed to facilitate MICCN’s research through a unique multidisciplinary approach, enabling researchers, academics and professionals to integrate nutrition, sleep, exercise physiology and physical therapy research into practice within a single purpose-built facility The BASE facility has been designed to advance the science of nutrition, sleep, and activity, and maximize healthy outcomes for all Australians. BASE have lots of different studies looking for volunteers and you can also join their database of volunteers so that they can keep you up to date with what is happening at BASE. Click here for more details or to join the BASE database.

 

The Woolcock Institute of Medical Research and the Woolcock Clinic has over 200 medical researchers and doctors working on breathing and sleep research.

For details on studies requiring volunteers click here. 

 

The Sleep Health Foundation has launched a service to help researchers find volunteers for their sleep studies. If you would like to get involved in sleep-related research studies click here for a list of current studies. 

 

  
You can also check out clinical trials that are being undertaken in Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere via ANZCTR (Australia New Zealand Clinical Trial Registry).

Click here to search their registry for clinical trials that you may be eligible for.

 

We will add to this list when more information becomes available.