Twins Research Australia is committed to developing long-term, mutually beneficial partnerships with research, community and corporate organisations that share our goals and values. Our partnerships reflect our local, state and national levels of operation.
While TRA is based at the University of Melbourne, it collaborates with researchers in universities, institutes and hospitals throughout Australia.
EasyDNA has joined with Twins Research Australia to provide the most competitive discounted zygosity testing rate available exclusively to TRA members. You can learn more about our special discounted testing offer with EasyDNA here.
If your business is interested in learning more about the ways and benefits of partnering with TRA, please visit here.
The Australian Multiple Birth Association is run by volunteer parents of multiples who provide support to other families on the same unique journey.
Health Direct Australia is a government-funded 24-hour online channel of quality approved health information and advice including twin resources.
Raising Children Network is an evidence-based Australian parenting website – includes twin information.
An initiative of the Victorian Government, Better Health Channel provides comprehensive online health resources – includes twin information.
Twins and Multiple Births Association is the only UK-wide charity working to improve the lives of twins, triplets or more, and their families. TRA is collaborating with Tamba in a Global Twins and Multiples Priority Setting Partnership to bring parents, carers, clinicians and scientists together to identify the top priorities for twin and multiple research.
TRA is based at the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, University of Melbourne - Australia’s leading teaching, learning and research university.
The University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre hosts a TRA node in its world-renowned research and education hub.
TRA receives a Centre of Research Excellence Grant from the Federal Government’s National Health and Medical Research Council.
The Australian Research Council funds specific twin research studies throughout Australia.
TRA undertakes frequent research collaborations with the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute into childhood medical conditions.
Register4, an initiative of the National Breast Cancer Foundation,and TRA have combined forces to undertake studies into breast cancer.
TRA is a member of the International Society for Twin Studies.
TRA is a member of the International Network of Twin Registries.
TRA has collaborated to help establish the Brazilian Twin Registry. An article has been published which documents the progress to date.
TRA is collaborating with St George’s, University of London in a Global Twins and Multiples Priority Setting Partnership to bring parents, carers, clinicians and scientists together to identify the top priorities for twin and multiple research.