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Spotlight on the Haematology Department

Spotlight on the Haematology Department

09/12/2021

The Haematology department at Middlemore Hospital are unique in that all six consultants are actively involved in clinical research. The team are very busy with a combination of commercial and grant-funded trials as well as their clinic responsibilities.

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NPSIMS™ Device Trial Update

NPSIMS™ Device Trial Update

10/11/2021

We are proud to have coordinated this first-in-human-open label clinical study with Principal Investigator Dr Jon Mathy in Plastic surgery and Mr Alpesh Patel in Spinal surgery.

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ASCOT - The Australasian COVID-19 Trial

ASCOT - The Australasian COVID-19 Trial

01/10/2021

The AustralaSian COVID-19 Trial, is a multi-centre randomised adaptive platform clinical trial to assess clinical, virological, and immunological outcomes in patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection (COVID-19). The New Zealand arm of the study is led by CM Health clinical microbiologist and infectious disease consultant, Dr Susan Morpeth.

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Spotlight on Plastics Surgical Research at Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand - Led by Dr Jon Mathy

Spotlight on Plastics Surgical Research at Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand - Led by Dr Jon Mathy

03/12/2020

Dr Jon Mathy is a researcher and plastic surgeon, who has been with Middlemore Hospital since 2010. He has a huge desire to improve patient care, particularly surrounding wound healing and management of surgical site infections. Dr Mathy and his co-collaborators have recently been awarded a research activation grant from the New Zealand Health Research Council (HRC) as an initial investigation into the use of anti-staphylococcal bundles in reducing post-IBBR SSIs.

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About Us

Middlemore Clinical Trials is a fully integrated research unit based at Middlemore Hospital in the heart of South Auckland, New Zealand.

We perform biopharma and medical device clinical trials in partnership with all hospital departments focusing on the diseases and Long term health conditions that affect our diverse community.

 

 

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