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:Saturday 10 December 2022
The Ingham, a charity raceday, honours the Australian and global icons of horse racing and founding benefactors of the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, Mr Bob Ingham AO and Mr Jack Ingham AO.
The highlight of the day will be the inaugural running of the $2 million Group 2 Race, The Ingham, (formerly the $750,000 Villiers Handicap).
With enthusiastic support from the Ingham family – lynchpins of the racing industry – the proceeds from The Ingham charity raceday and the accompanying charity luncheon will be donated to the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research.
Sponsorship opportunities are now available for this unique charity raceday across a range of races and the charity luncheon with powerful benefits to build your brand. Support medical research at the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research and showcase your brand at a positive community event.
Please contact Darryl Harkness, Ingham Institute CEO for further information about The Ingham charity raceday sponsorship opportunities.
Date:Thursday 22 September 2022
Time:9:30am - 3:00pm
Venue:Campbelltown Catholic Club and Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research, Liverpool
The Ingham Institute’s STEM Event aims to encourage students in Years 9-10 to explore the possibilities of pursuing higher education in the fields of research and Laboratory Animal Science.
The program is coordinated as a one day event which offers:
Students will also visit medical research facilities at the Ingham Institute and explore first-hand how technology advancements have already improved better healthcare and continue to create new innovative approaches.
Transport via bus to and from their school will be arranged for any students that require it, otherwise parents are welcome to drop off and collect students from the Campbelltown Catholic Club.
Date:Thursday 13 October 2022
Venue:The William Inglis ‘Big Barn’, Warwick Farm NSW
We are delighted to announce the highly anticipated 10th Annual Ingham Institute Research Excellence Awards Dinner.
We will proudly celebrate research excellence in South Western Sydney and the achievements of the Institute’s researchers across cancer, clinical sciences, population & health services, injury & rehabilitation, mental health, robotics & health technology and clinical trials.
Working with our major partners – the South Western Sydney Local Health District, UNSW Sydney and Western Sydney University – the Research Excellence Awards bring together leaders from government, healthcare, education, business and community, who are all proudly working together to transform healthcare in one of Australia’s fastest growing regions.
Alongside the presentation of the Excellence in Teaching Award, Early Career Researcher Award and the prestigious Lady (Mary) Fairfax Distinguished Researcher Award, you will hear from key speakers about the life-changing work of our researchers to solve the health challenges of our South Western Sydney community and beyond. We will also honour the legacy of our Founding Benefactor Mr Bob Ingham AO on the 10 year anniversary of the opening of the Ingham Institute.
Our fortnightly Clinical Academic Research Series brings together students, academics, and clinicians to learn about various topics related to health, science, medicine, and research.
The seminar can be accessed via Webinar:
Venue:Online Monthly Zoom Webinar
We are delighted to welcome you to the 2022 Health Beyond Research & Innovation Showcase, a series of monthly online seminars that highlight the breakthroughs in health research, innovation and technology in south western Sydney and around the world.
Each month we will bring you a new topic, focusing on translational research to benefit the community and deliver new models of care.
South Western Sydney Local Health District is proud to again host the Health Beyond Research & Innovation Showcase with our valued partner the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research.
We encourage everyone to tune in and enjoy this online series. You will be impressed and inspired by the work of south west Sydney’s health and research partners.
Date:Sunday 3 April 2022
Venue:Inglis Riverside Stables Warwick Farm NSW
You are invited to the inaugural Inglis Sunday Lunch, part of the 117th Easter Yearling Sales on Sunday 3 April 2022 at 12:00pm.
It will be an afternoon of fabulous food, entertainment and the unique chance to see the southern hemisphere’s most elite thoroughbred yearlings prior to the auction. Enjoy a five-star lunch curated by Matt Moran complimented by a selection of Australia’s premium Penfolds wines.
Inglis Riverside Stables Warwick Farm NSW
Dress: Country Chic
This event is to raise vital funds for ground breaking medical research and health technologies at the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research in partnership with the South West Sydney Local Health District and our hospital network. (more…)
Date:Tuesday 15 March 2022
Turn your medtech or biotech idea into value and impact. Liverpool Innovation Precinct and Cicada Innovations presents, Cicada Medlab: Research to Real Impact, a program designed to train individuals from the southwest Sydney area in the fundamentals of research commercialisation. The program will equip you with the knowledge and skills necessary to start your journey of commercialising your medtech or biotech solution.
Designed and delivered by industry and commercialisation experts, the online modules and the experiential workshop is focused on really bringing together four key commercialisation concepts.
Date:Friday 11 March 2022
Time:11am - 2.30pm
Venue:Wests League Club, Leumeah NSW
We are very excited to welcome you to our 9th Annual, Ingham Institute International Womens’ Day Luncheon!
Themed a “Day at the Races”, our 2022 fun-filled luncheon will include a two-course meal, entertainment and a range of indulgent prizes to win.
Celebrating Women in Science, you will meet Prof Suzanne Hodgkinson and hear about her work with Autoimmune Disease to understand why our immune system, which guards us against bacteria and viruses, can mistakenly attack our body.
Don’t miss out on this sell-out event!
Date:Thursday 7 October 2021
Venue:The William Inglis Hotel, Warwick Farm NSW
The Annual Ingham Institute Research Excellence Awards are the highlight of the Institute’s events calendar.
Dedicated to our researchers, we celebrate their achievements across the fields of cancer, clinical sciences, population and health services, injury and rehabilitation, mental health, and clinical trials. The Ingham Institute is proud to acknowledge their dedication by proceeding with the following Research Excellence Awards categories and grants:
Date:Monday 23 November 2020
Our Clinical Academic Research Series brings together students, academics, and clinicians to learn about various topics related to health, science, medicine, and research.
‘What are you looking at? The Watch Me Grow for REAL Study of Child Development and Mental Health…’
Presented by Professor Mark Dadds
WMGFR study and Child Behaviour Research Clinic, University of Sydney and UNSW Sydney
The seminar can be accessed via a Webinar: