The Ingham Institute is a not-for-profit organisation. Thanks to the support and generosity of community members, our researchers can continue their vital work improving and saving lives.
Any contribution, big or small, makes an incredible impact.
The Institute team is very grateful to community members who share the vision for medical advancements for the health and wellbeing of their society.
There are many ways you, your family, friends and workplace can get involved from events that include charity golf days, ladies luncheons and fun runs, workplace giving, In Memory or In Celebration donations – 100% of funds raised go towards world-class community-driven medical research.
Date:Friday 6 April 2018
Time:6.30am for Registration and Breakfast
Venue:Twin Creeks Golf and Country Club, Luddenham NSW
Team up for a day on the Green in support of cancer research in South West Sydney.
Set in the picturesque Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club, teams will compete for the Michael Skegg trophy; named in honour of the former NGINA CEO who unfortunately lost his battle with bowel cancer in 2012.
Twin Creeks is situated in the beautiful surrounds of the Nepean Valley, the magnificent par 72, 18-hole golf course was designed by renowned golfer Graham Marsh. The championship layout, quality of the greens and challenging experience has seen become a premiere couse in NSW since opening in 2006.
Last year, prizes included a $500 Fast Track experience, signed sporting memorabilia, segwey tours, tools/hardware packages, a variety of gift vouchers and a Trip to the US Golf Masters as the Hole-in-One prize!
Date: Friday 6 April 2018
Time: 6.30am resgitration and breakfast
Venue: 2-8 Twin Creeks Drive, Luddenham NSW, Australia, 2745
Tickets: $125 for Individuals includes breakfast, two-course meal and entertainment during lunch plus a free tour of the Institute
Hole Sponsorship: Early bird $880 includes all meals for the team (4 players); branding on display on Golf Cart, locations throughout the course and lunch venue; pre and post publicity opportunities; company tour of the Institute
RSVP: 23 March 2018 to Tracey Roberts on 1300 66 55 41 or firstname.lastname@example.org
100% of funds raised on this golf day will go towards research programs at the Ingham Institute
Date:Tuesday 12 December 2017
Venue:Thomas & Rachel Moore Education Centre, Liverpool Hospital NSW Australia
This conference will showcase the latest and most innovative research conducted by the rehabilitation disciplines.
Our international and national speakers will addrsss the conference theme, with a particular focus on musculoskeletal and neuro-rehabilitation. The program will appeal to medical, nursing, allied health and research personnel.
Prof Jorge Lains – Neuroplasticity in clinical practice
Prof Takaaki Chin – Feasibility of human wearing robotics: Clinical applications
A/Prof Justine Naylor – ‘What we know and what we don’t know about rehabilitation after TKA’
Dr Lara Kimmel – Physiotherapy following # NOF is it time to update the guidelines?
Prof Robyn Tate – Forty years of TBI rehabilitation: What have we learned and where are we heading?
A/Prof Louise Gustafsson – Forty years of TBI rehabilitation: What have we learned and where are we heading?
View the event site at rehab21.inghaminstitute.org.au
For more information, please contact SWSLHD-rehabConference2017@sswahs.nsw.gov.au or +612 8738 9268
Date:Friday 17 November 2017
Venue:Liverpool Catholic Club, 424 - 458 Hoxton Park Road, Prestons NSW
Celebrating Research Excellence in South West Sydney
The Ingham Institute Awards Night is an opportunity to celebrate the enormous commitment and significant efforts of Ingham Institute researchers who have made their mark in the world of medical research.
Alongside the official awards ceremony that will recognise and award a wide range of prestigious achievements of researchers, medical professionals and students in South West Sydney, the evening will also include live entertainment and a three course meal.
Date: 17 November , 2017
Time: 6.30pm for 7pm start
Cost: $95 per person
RSVP: 1 November, 2017
Dress Code: Smart Casual
Contact: Tracey Roberts on 1300 66 55 41 or email@example.com
Date:Monday 1 January 2018
Venue:Ingham Institute, 1 Campbell Street Liverpool
Have you had cancer, are going through cancer treatment, or have helped others through cancer? Our researchers need your help.
We are now in our fourth year of running the Ingham Institute Community Cancer Research Panel, in which anyone from our region who has experience of living with cancer, is invited to participate.
Our community panellists help us to determine the best practices from the care methods during treatment, to how to effectively communicate progress and news to a patient and by inviting involvement in clinical trials. Panel members are also involved in designing and developing studies into fighting cancer and are kept informed as those projects progress.
Our next information evening will take place in early 2018. For more information about joining the Community Cancer Panel, you can visit us or contact us below.
Venue: Ingham Institute, 1 Campbell Street, Liverpool
Contact: Norbert Kienzle on 1300 66 55 41 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Date:Friday 2 March 2018
Venue:Camden Lakeside Golf and Country Club
Our annual Ladies Luncheon celebrates Women in Science. Held in March every year, the event coincides with International Womens Day.
2018 marks our fifth year and we hope you can join us at this dynamic event.
Hosted by Channel 7 Sunrise newsreader, Natalie Barr, this luncheon is filled with entertainment and presentations during a two-course meal. This sell-out event is attended by 300 leading business and community members who share hope, heart and vision of a healthier community through medical research.
Date: Friday 2 March 2018
Time: 11am – 2pm
Venue: Camden Lakeside Golf and Country Club
Tickets: $100 per person
Sponsorship Packages: Starting from $2500
To join us, contact Tracey Roberts on 1300 66 55 41 or email@example.com
Date:Wednesday 15 November 2017
Venue:Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM), Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia
The 4th Thomas Ashworth CTC & Liquid Biopsy Symposium 2017 to be held at the Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM), Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia. This is a spectacular waterfront venue and we hope it will inspire both speakers and attendees alike to engage enthusiastically in the liquid biopsy discussion aimed at enriching our understanding of its clinical application and how it can provide insights into the metastatic process.
This year’s theme will focus on the challenges and opportunities involved in implementing diagnostic assays into clinical practice. Topics to be covered include:
The program will also include an expert Masterclass on liquid biopsy based sequencing (NGS) and a young investigator breakout poster session.
For more information, please contact A/Prof Kevin Spring on firstname.lastname@example.org
Date:Tuesday 13 March 2018
Venue:Ingham Institute, 1 Campbell Street, Liverpool
Located within our main research laboratory, our In Memory wall features the names of those whose final act was to help progress medical research to benefit others.
This is an open event for family and friends who would like to visit and honour the final, generous act of their loved one but also to community members who would like to see how simply requesting for donations in lieu of flowers at a funeral allows our researchers to continue their work.
For more information, contact our Marketing Team on 1300 66 55 41 or email@example.com