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Participate in our research

Call for participants

You can make a valuable contribution to accident and injury prevention research simply by sharing your experience, time and knowledge with our researchers. We are currently seeking participants for the following studies:

  • Cyclists' Behaviours

    MUARC is conducting a research project to understand cyclists' behaviours. Participation in this project involves an online survey related to your demographic information, your on-road and off-road cycling patterns and your everyday experiences.

    Participants can enter a draw to win an iPad Air 2.

    Complete survey

  • Driving Simulator Study on Automated Vehicles

    MUARC is conducting a study on Automated vehicles using a Driving Simulator. The study involves one visit to MUARC (Clayton Campus) and you will be paid $20 for your participation at the end of the session. The session takes approximately 1 hour and involves simulator driving and questionnaires.

    To take part in this study, you must:

    • Have a full or P2 probationary driver licence,
    • Drive at least 5000 km per year,
    • Not suffer from motion sickness or epilepsy.

    If you are interested in being a participant in the study, please email to arrange a suitable time for your visit.

Please read all details carefully before responding to any of the projects listed.

For more information or to register your interest in becoming a participant e-mail:

Invest in safety

The Monash Accident Research Foundation was established to raise money and awareness for injury prevention research on the road, in the home, in sport and recreation, and at work.

You can help us make Australia safer by making a tax deductible donation to the Foundation. Donations of $10,000 or more will contribute to research projects or courses and will be acknowledged in all publications and any associated public events. Framed Certificates of recognition will be presented in each instance.

Giving to the Monash University Accident Research Centre