Video Videos

2012


Tumour targeter best in world
12 Dec 2012
The Ingham Institute is one step closer to being the proud owner of the Australian first MRI-Linac,  a device to  treat cancer.
- Liverpool Champion



Prof Girgis receives new award for her work at Liverpool's Ingham Institute
10 Dec 2012
Research aimed at empowering patients and their carers in the battle against cancer has been recognised by a first of its kind award in Australia.
- Liverpool Leader



Ingham Institute's Professor Afaf Girgis given first COSA Psycho-Oncology Award
10 Dec 2012
Research aimed at empowering patients and their carers in the battle against cancer has been recognised by a first of its kind award in Australia.
- Herald Sun



Ingham Institute's Professor Afaf Girgis given first COSA Psycho-Oncology Award
10 Dec 2012
Research aimed at empowering patients and their carers in the battle against cancer has been recognised by a first of its kind award in Australia.
- Daily Telegraph



Team out to beat super bug
04 Dec 2012
Dr Slade Jensen's research is paving the way to safer hospital stays against the hospital super bug, Golden Staph.
- Liverpool Champion



Warfarin still best AF Option
03 Dec 2012
A/Professor John Worthington presents his views A/Professor John Worthington shares comments on the findings of a 13 year population-based cohort study of more than 125 000 older patients with Atrial Fibrillation suggesting Warfarin is not a bad option.on prescribing  Warfarin is not a bad option in  the real world for patients with Atrial Fibrillation.
- MJA Insight



Next level in cancer treatment
29 Nov 2012
The Ingham Institute is again abuzz with excitement with the construction of a research bunker that will hold the cancer therapy machine.
- Liverpool Leader



Research moves closer to taking the tic out of Tourette's
24 Nov 2012
Professor Valsa Eapen is developiung a program to help retrain the brainss of children with Tourette Sydnrome, as well as identifying the unique genetic basis of the disorder.
- Sydney Morning Herald



PM launches medical research facility
19 Nov 2012
Prime minister Gillard launches the Ingham Institute for medical research.
- Western Sydney Business Access



In tune with power
14 Nov 2012
The Liverpool Girls High School Choir performed for the Prime Minister at the newly built Ingham Institute at its opening.
- Liverpool Leader



PM and butterflies launch research Facility
28 Oct 2012
The release of 200 butterflies marked the launch of the first medical research facility in South West Sydney.
- Western Sydney Business Access



PM opens the Ingham
23 Oct 2012
Prime minister Gillard opens the Liverpool's newest research centre. It was a beautiful ceremony with the release of 200 butterflies and a traditional smoking ceremony.
- Macarthur magazine



Official Ingham Institute Opening
23 October 2012
News piece covering the official opening of the Ingham Institute's new research precinct by the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon Julia Gillard MP, on October 23 2012.
- Channel Ten News



Official Ingham Institute Opening
23 October 2012
News piece covering the official opening of the Ingham Institute's new research precinct by the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon Julia Gillard MP, on October 23 2012.
- Channel Nine News


 
Official Ingham Institute Opening
23 October 2012
News piece covering the official opening of the Ingham Institute's new research precinct by the Prime Minister of Australia, the Hon Julia Gillard MP, on October 23 2012.
- Channel Seven News



PM to open $50M medical Research institute
18 Oct 2012
Prime Minister Julia Gillard to officially open the state-of-the-art Ingham institute.
- Western Sydney Business Access



Forum discusses medical advancements
03 Oct 2012
Health experts from the South Western Sydney Local Health District attended the second annual Health Research forum at Liverpool Hospital recently.
- Liverpool Champion



Ingham Institute keeps rainbow archways to honour Liverpool heritage
14 Sep 2012
Everything around it might be new but an arch in Liverpool's latest medical research facility is standing its ground.
- Liverpool Leader



Liverpool's Ingham Institute arch honours early work
11 Sep 2012
A pierce of local history has been installed on the Ingham Institute cancer research centre site to help intergrade the old with the new.
- Liverpool Champion



Cancer research earns acclaim
04 Sep 2012
Michael Barton, one of the leading minds behind the Ingham Institute, has achieved yet another accolade for his cancer research work.
- Liverpool City Champion



Funds flow for charity
14 Aug 2012
Bob Ingham donates $1 million to the Ingham institute on the night of the charity ball.
- Camden - Narellan Advertiser



Research institute gets donations
16 Aug 2012
Ingham institute gets more then $1 million in donations at the Narellan Rotary's annual night to remember charity ball.
- Liverpool Champion



Barton claims MOGA Award
10 Aug 2012
Professor Michal Barton awarded the MOGA Achievement Award at a ceremony at Brisbane.
- Oncology Update Online Newsletter



People of the land join celebration
08 Apr 2012
Conducted by Uncle Steve Williams, a local elder, the smoking ceremony followed an ancient indigenous customs.
- South Western Rural Advertiser



Smoke exorcises evil spirits
08 Aug 2012
Uncle Steve Williams conducted the smoking ceremony, to exorcise the bad spirits.
- Camden Advertiser



Smoking for new building
08 Aug 2012
A traditional smoking ceremony was held on 26 of July to mark the completion of the new Ingham Institute in the grounds of Liverpool.
- Koori Mail



Good Spirits surround institute
01 Aug 2012
Bad spirits have been shut out of the new Ingham Institute research after the traditional smoking ceremony.
- Liverpool Champion



Building's warm indigenous welcome
01 Aug 2012
The completion of the Ingham Institute for applied Medical Research's new building was marked with a traditional indigenous smoking ceremony.
- Liverpool Leader



Ceremony for completion of headquarters
31 Jul 2012
$50 million Ingham institute, the headquarters of medical research being conducted across south-western Sydney hospitals.
- Canterbury Bankstown Express



Ingham Enterprises for sale
19 July 2012
The Ingham Institute features on Channel 9 News as part of a story about Bob Ingham (AO) putting Ingham Enterprises up for sale.
- Channel Nine News


 
New home for research
13 Jun 2012
Centre for Applied Nursing Research profile and its Oral Health program research grant.
- Liverpool Champion



On- site tour a boost for the 'chicken heir'
02 Jun 2012
John Ingham visits the construction site of Ingham Institute for the first time.
- Liverpool Champion



Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research
30 May 2012
Full-page snapshot on the Ingham Institute.
- Research Australia - Grassroots - Winter 2011- 2012 edition



New Techniques - Behavioural Therapy an alternative to drugs
30 May 2012
Professor Valsa Eapen is studying alternative treatment options to drugs for Tourette Syndrome sufferers.
- Liverpool Leader



Research close to his heart
30 May 2012
Piece on Arnold Vitocco and his affection for the Ingham Institute.
- Camden Advertiser, Sydney



Tourette Treatment
27 May 2012
New treatment strategy for children suffering from Tourette Syndrome, predominately behavioural intervention rather than medication due to the side effects such as weight gain, tremors and sedation.
- Sunday Telegraph



Bob Ingham
24 May 2012
About Bob Ingham.
- BRW



Autism Story
22 May 2012
UNSW researchers based at the Ingham Institute and Liverpool hospital have released the results of a new Autism study.- Channel Ten News
 



Stroke studies to impact
18 Apr 2012
Allied Health Stroke forum showcase of the groups $200k infrastructure grant from the Ingham Institute.
- Bankstown Canterbury Torch



Breakthrough in Arthritis Treatment
18 Apr 2012
Professor Patrick McNeil leads the arthritis team as they make breakthroughs in arthritis treatment.
- Liverpool Champion



Researcher on Superbug Trail
13 Apr 2012
Bjorn Espido researching bug resistance to antibiotics.
- Canterbury Bankstown Express



Ingham Institute gives Biostatistics a Boost
01 Mar 2012
- The Rounds



Arthritis Hope
29 Mar 2012
- Channel Ten News



Smart way to recover?
21 Mar 2012
Ingham Institute researchers have found a profoundly beneficial use for the everyday smartphone app. The team found that specific smartphone apps are better for rehabilitating speech, memory and motor skills than traditional paper based models. Research has found that the repetitive action of technology can be beneficial for rehabilitation.
- Liverpool Leader



Chris Hayes Visit
21 Mar 2012
Fowler MP Chris Hayes visited Ingham Institute’s $50 Million five story building site. With developments moving into the final phase of construction, significant progress has been made on the internal fit outs. The building which will house more than 200 researchers is set to be completed by June this year.
- Liverpool Champion



Research helps patients cope
21 Mar 2012
The Psycho-Oncology Research group are working to help those diagnosed with cancer and their partners by specifically assisting them to manage the disease. With the new ‘Coping-Together’ program, researchers will be able to assist patients and carers by providing self-directed coping strategies altered to individual needs.
- Liverpool Champion



Scope for the best
18 Mar 2012
- Townsville Bulletin



Safety in Numbers
18 Mar 2012
- Sunday Times



Research will help cancer patients cope
15 Mar 2012
CANCER is not just a battle that is fought by a patient. It is fought by their family and loved ones who cope with the disease on a daily basis.
- South West Rural Advertiser



Scope for the Best
10 Mar 2012
- The Daily Telegraph



Translating Research into Clinical Practice
09 Mar 2012
Cancer continues to be a major health concern in Australia affecting individuals at a rapid rate. Professor Paul de Souza, Director of Ingham Institute’s Translational Cancer Research group commends the growing culture of collaboration which has enabled the formation of a great multidisciplinary cancer research hub in South West Sydney.
- Incite Journal of Cancer Research in Australia



Hardship Starts Quest for a Cure
07 Mar 2012
Hiba Blahidh, Ingham Institute internee has put her foot in the right direction to pursue her dreams. Blahidh decided to join the Institute to get some hands on work experience. The 27 years old is receiving behind-the-scenes exposure to a world of medical research in both clinical and laboratory work.
- Fairfield Champion



Research Will Help Cancer Patients Cope
15 Feb 2012
Researchers at the Ingham Institute has the Psycho-Oncology team are working towards helping cancer patients and their partners better manage the disease through the ‘Coping-Together’ program. Coping-Together is a self-directed, multimedia intervention program that aims to create a set of practical resources for individuals with cancer and their partners.
- South West Advertiser


New Coping-Together Program
7 Feb 2012
The Ingham Institute is leading an innovative new research program called 'Coping-Together' that aims to give Australians diagnosed with cancer and their partners better coping strategies to manage the disease.
- Channel Ten News


 
Progress On Ingham Institute: Photos
25 Jan 2012
- Liverpool Leader



Building Heralds New Era
25 Jan 2012
Ingham Institute’s new research bunker has made researchers eager to move in. The building will house the Institute’s 200+ researchers from all over Sydney’s South West. Recently, key members of the Institute’s Project Control Group conducted a building progress site visit which saw the beginning of phase two in the project timeline.
- Liverpool Leader



Gudaga Children To Start School
18 Jan 2012
The Gudaga (Healthy Baby) Study has reached another milestone with the final group of participants starting school this year. The research project studies Aboriginal infants born between 2005 and 2007 and follows their health and educational development. The study has provided insight into the   health and educational needs of Aboriginal children and their families.
- Macarthur Chronicle



Hospital gets state-of-art cancer device
17 Jan 2012
- Bankstown Canterbury Express



District Deals With Many Crossroads
11 Jan 2012
- South West Rural Advertiser



$5.7m Grant Helps Cancer Treatment Research
11 Jan 2012
- Liverpool Champion



Cancer Researchers get Grant for High-Tech Gear
11 Jan 2012
- Fairfield Champion



Machine To Blast Tumours
08 Jan 2012
A $9 million tumour blasting machine set to be built this year will provide lung cancer patients with first class treatment. The machine which will be built at the Ingham Institute will inevitably help improve treatment lung cancer which currently has a low survival rate.
- Sunday Telegraph