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Healthy Trajectories aims to forge a deep network of research collaborators and harness their strengths and expertise to optimise the outcomes of those living with child-onset disability and their families.
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Current Opportunities:

We will be advertising positions in the coming months so stay tuned!

We welcome researchers from across the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, The Royal Children’s Hospital, The University of Melbourne and beyond.

Our research themes are aligned with findings from the National Disability Research Agenda setting process. We have programs and projects underway in each theme, and welcome involvement of researchers with ideas and interest in these areas.

  • Participation Across the Life Course
  • Consumer Research Partnerships
  • Early Childhood Initiatives
  • Family Wellbeing
  • Optimising Health Outcomes
  • Learning and Belonging


The goal of Healthy Trajectories is to conduct significant research and to amplify the messages of what is learned across ours and others’ disability focused research programs to increase the pace of change towards a more inclusive and equitable society. By bridging across multiple programs of work we will have more powerful messages to share.

We offer seed funding to support the growth of interdisciplinary co-design teams in preparation for larger grant funding or for implementation research. Read about our 2022 seed funding recipients and their projects.

To get involved, please email [email protected]

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