New Zealand–China Non-Communicable Diseases Research Collaboration Centre
An inclusive platform for all non-communicable disease researchers interested in NZ-China collaboration
Bringing researchers together
We bring together many of New Zealand’s top NCD researchers to work on improving the health and wellbeing of children, adults and older people.
We aim to build long term and enduring relationships with researchers in China who are working on similar problems.
- A centre that leverages and complements non-communicable disease (NCD) research capabilities in both countries to the mutual benefit of New Zealand and China;
- A 'one stop shop' for all NCD researchers interested in NZ-China research collaboration.
The New Zealand–China Non-Communicable Diseases Collaborative Research Centre is a partnership of the three health and wellbeing National Science Challenges – A Better Start, Healthier Lives and Ageing Well. The New Zealand Government has established eleven National Science Challenges to lead its science system in areas of key national importance. Read more about National Science Challenges here:
The New Zealand–China Non-Communicable Diseases Collaborative Research Centre is funded by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, and hosted by the University of Otago.