Volunteer Blood Donor Registry

Donations from healthy people are used to compare to identify changes.The Volunteer Blood Donor Registry is a not-for-profit service established by the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and Melbourne Health to support research in the Parkville precinct that uses human blood.

Join the registry

Researchers need blood samples from a large number of individuals, including healthy people, to compare healthy samples with those of people who have developed disease and identify what has changed.

By joining the Volunteer Blood Donor Registry you can contribute towards groundbreaking research discoveries and improve health outcomes worldwide.

Contact

Email the Volunteer Blood Donor Registry or see the website for further information.