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Welcome to the Ingham Institute

The Ingham Institute is a not-for-profit medical research organisation for Sydney’s South West that undertakes medical research that specifically addresses, and can be applied to, the needs of the local population and wider Australia.

The Ingham Institute comprises a state of the art research precinct located at Liverpool Hospital consisting of a Research Building , a Clinical Skills & Simulation Centre and a Research Bunker containing the MRI-Linac, a unique cancer therapy technology that will be an Australian-first.

A unique collaboration between the South Western Sydney Local Health District, Western Sydney University and UNSW Australia, our purpose is to improve health through community-driven medical research.

Whats New

REGISTER NOW: 2016 RESEARCH & INNOVATION SHOWCASE 
The Ingham Institute with the SWSLHD will be holding the 2016 Research & Innovation Showcase on October 18 and 19 at the Liverpool Catholic Club. The two day event will have an excting new format. Click here to register for the event. 

PURCHASE AN INGHAM INSTITUTE RESEARCHER BOOK
Professor Ian Harris AM,  Orthopaedic Injury Researcher, has just released a new book 'Surgery, The Ultimate Placebo'. You can purchase this book plus Profesor Ken Hillman AO's best-seller 'Vital Signs''. Click here for further details and how to purchase. 

THE BEST OF THE BLUES FUNDRAISER - 7 JULY
We are hosting a 'Best of the Blues' fundraiser at Country Comfort Hunts Liverpool on 7 July featuring  a host of NRL legends and cricket legend Lenny Pascoe as MC. Click here for further details and to purchase a ticket or a table. 

SCIENCE POSTER COMPETITION - PATHWAYS TO SUCCESS 
Are you a Year 10 or 11 high school student in Macarthur? Register NOW for our Pathways to Success Poster Competition ahead of National Science Week. HURRY! Submissions due 29 July Click here to REGISTER. Great prizes up for grabs! 

OESOPHAGEAL CANCER RESEARCH PUBLIC SEMINAR 20 MAY
Professsor Bin Wang from the Gastro-Intestinal Viral Oncology Group will present his breakthrough work on how he and Professor Shan Rajendra are combatting oesophageal cancer on Friday 20 May at 10am at the Ingham Institute. Click here to REGISTER.

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY SEMINAR SERIES 
The Research Methodology Seminar Series starts again on 19 May. Click here for the full program and how to register.

 

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