Centre for Asian and Ethnic Minority Health Research and Evaluation

Caring for the health and wellbeing of Asian and other Ethnic Minority communities in New Zealand

Visiting Research Fellow – Call for Applications 2024/25

We welcome applications from suitable candidates across academia, community, and public sector to apply the position of CAHRE Visiting Research Fellow 2024/25. 

This is a short-term, non-funded residential opportunity open to international and domestic academics, public sector, and/or community researchers at the School of Population Health, University of Auckland. 

Priority will be given to inter-institutional exchanges. Fellowships will run for a period of four weeks to three months. 

See Position Description for more information. 

Applications close November 30th 2024.

Who we are

The Centre for Asian and Ethnic Minority Health Research and Evaluation (CAHRE) is a research centre at the School of Population Health, University of Auckland.

We have a strong focus on the current health issues of Asian and other Ethnic Minority communities in New Zealand and seeks to develop strategic ways to improve and visualise the health status of this fast-growing population. It also values partnerships with other research academics to further its goals. 

The centre acknowledges Te Tiriti o Waitangi as the founding document of New Zealand and it provides a foundation for other ethnic groups and newcomers as they settle in New Zealand. CAHRE is committed to supporting Te Tiriti Waitangi principles: Protection, Partnership, and Participation in all its activities.

The Ethnic Health Collective is a new platform launched to improve health equity for ethnic minority communities in Aotearoa.

Membership for Organisations: Organisations/Registered entities can join the Ethnic Collective here:

Membership for Individuals any person can become a member of the Collective without representing a specific organisation here: