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Join Us

Work, study or volunteer with our centre to help us improve public health.

Better public health is important for everyone. It will benefit us all at local, regional, and global scales.

We welcome help with our work. If you want to help improve public health globally, there are many ways to work with us and support our research.

Work With Us

We offer a wide range of opportunities for new colleagues to join us in a variety of roles including:

  • professional health research careers, e.g. post-doctoral fellows
  • technical staff
  • administrative staff
  • academic posts from lecturer to professor
  • early career researchers

If you share our ambition and you're interested in working in Newcastle, please get in touch about our health research careers.


Collaborate With Us

Our work is highly interdisciplinary. We work with partners across the University and we collaborate with organisations around the UK and globally.

Our partners include:

  • other universities and research institutes
  • local authorities
  • private sector companies
  • non-governmental organisations

Explore information about our partners and funders.

If you share our ambition to improve public health locally, nationally and globally, please get in touch.

Research collaborator

Study With Us

We are keen to train the next generation of research leaders. We have opportunities for:

We are always keen to hear from prospective PhD students. If you would like to discuss a project please get in touch.

Volunteer With Us

We need human volunteers to take part in our studies. This allows us to discover the links between lifestyle behaviours and our health. Through studies, we can also develop and test interventions. They will help us improve what we eat, our physical activity, and alcohol use.

Ethics committees approve all our human research.

We treat all your information as confidential and store it in line with the Data Protection Act.

We carry out some of our studies in the community. We host others at the University's state-of-the-art facilities.

If you would like to take part in our studies and help us to improve public health, please get in touch.