First sod turned as construction of Ingham Institute Macarthur commences

Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research was thrilled to turn the first sod and witness construction of Ingham Institute Macarthur commence in Campbelltown today, its second major medical research facility in South Western Sydney.


Introducing Students to Biomedical Research

The Ingham Institute’s Biological Resource Unit is staffed by a passionate, creative and committed team.


Campbelltown City Council Mayor’s Charity Gala Dinner

The Institute was proud to host a table at the inaugural Campbelltown City Council Mayor’s Charity Gala Dinner.


Congratulations Scientific Ops Team!

Some well-deserved recognition of Ingham Institute’s Scientific Ops team, who hosted guests from various universities and medical research institutes late last year for the ...


Congratulations A/Prof. Grahame Simpson

We are proud to announce that Associate Professor Grahame Simpson has won the Allied Health Researcher of the Year at the 2022 NSW Excellence in Allied Health Awards! ...


CRC-P Grant Success

Congratulations to Professor Slade Jensen, Research Director of the Antibiotic Resistance and Mobile Elements Group (ARMEG), who is part of a recently secured $5.6m grant ...


Saving Lives and Saving the Planet

Saving lives and saving the planet. We are doubly excited about this trans-Tasman, multi-centre trial, which seeks to dramatically reduce disposable barrier gown usage in ...


World-first brain scanner key to saving lives for potential stroke victims

The Ingham Institute has partnered with EMvision to assist in clinical trials of the exciting new development of a portable brain scanner. Featured on channel 9 news this ...


Grant Success for REMOTE Study in Women’s Health

Congratulations Professor Angela Makris for being awarded a grant from the Society of Obstetric Medicine of Australia and New Zealand (SOMANZ) for her REMOTE Study in ...


Awarded $5m in Research Grants

Congratulations to our Professor Valsamma Eapen on being awarded nearly $5 million worth of research grants.   Professor Eapen is Director of the Ingham Institute’s Child ...