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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, the University of Western Sydney (UWS) and the UNSW Australia, our purpose is to create hope through health research.

Whats New

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY SEMINAR PROGRAM
The Ingham Institute's Research Methodology Seminar Program is back for 2015 and kicks off mid-May with specialised weekly training and educational sessions covering a range of topics from research design, biostatistics and much more. Places are limited. Click here for more information and for a copy of the synopsis and timetable.

SPECIAL EDITION: LUNCHEON NEWSLETTER
The Ingham Institute Luncheon went down a treat celebrating the Institute's extraordinary Women in Science. Click here to see the photos and read more about the event and the amazing speakers and stories that featured on the day.

INGHAM INSTITUTE INAUGURAL BALL - 28 MARCH 2015
The Ingham Institute hosted its inaugural Ball at the lovely Doltone House, Hyde Park on Saturday 28 March. A big thank you to all of our generous platinum, gold and silvers sponsors for making the night such a successful one. Head to our events page for more information and a copy of the program.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
There are a number of vacant positions with the Institute, head to our careers section to find out more.

INGHAM INSTITUTE'S MRI-LINAC PROGRAM 
Click here for more information about Australia's first cancer technology of its kind, the MRI-Linac, being developed by the Ingham Institute

 

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