Business Units & Projects
From research to impact through service delivery
UniServices is proud to manage a growing portfolio of business units and projects that translate cutting-edge knowledge into impact. Built on evidence-based research, these offerings are recognised in their own names as leaders in their field, delivering social, health and economic benefits through education, public health, innovation and informing public policy.
A national centre for Infant, Child and Adolescent Mental Health (ICAMH) workforce development that aims to improve mental health and wellbeing for infants, children and young people through service improvement, workforce development and advocacy…
Growing up in New Zealand
More than 6,000 New Zealand children and their families are at the heart of Growing Up in New Zealand - the country's largest contemporary longitudinal study of child development.
Immunisation Advisory Centre
The Immunisation Advisory Centre provides independent, factual information about vaccine-preventable diseases and immunisation including training for health professionals, national immunisation coordination, policy advice and research.
Tui Tuia I Learning Circle
Tui Tuia I Learning Circle delivers a range of education and mentoring solutions for educators to strengthen their capability and resilience in our changing world, helping to support learner achievement.
Centre for Advanced MRI
The Centre for Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging (CAMRI) is the first MRI venture in New Zealand to focus on high-end research work as well as routine clinical imaging.
English Language Academy
The English Language Academy provides a wide range of English language programmes, including direct university pathways, Academic English, General English, customised group programmes and teacher-training courses.
The National Institute for Health Innovation
The National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) is a leading New Zealand research institute with a focus on delivering innovative approaches to today’s most pressing health problems.