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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 16 November 2018


Venue:Liverpool Catholic Club, 424 - 458 Hoxton Park Road Prestons

2018 Ingham Institute 6th Annual Awards Dinner

The Ingham Institute Awards Night is a signature event on the Institute’s calendar and will celebrate the achievements of the Institute’s researchers across cancer, clinical sciences, population and health services, injury & rehabilitation, mental health and clinical trials.

This year, guests will be taken on a journey of the Institute as we honour the past, celebrate the present and showcase our future. The journey will begin with Bob and Jack Ingham’s vision and how through the support of the Ingham family, the Institute is now a world-class medical facility home to over 350 researchers making world-first discoveries, innovative  technologies and leading community programs.

Our event partner for the event, the Ingham’s Group, will also be celebrating their 100 Year Anniversary during the evening. We hope you can join us to honour the Ingham family, celebrate with the Ingham’s Group and how together through the Ingham Institute, we are transforming healthcare in our community and beyond.

The Awards Dinner will commence at 7pm. The event proceedings will consist of a three course dinner, key talks from leading researchers and the presentation of awards including the Excellence in Teaching Award, Early Career Researcher Award and the prestigious Lady Mary Fairfax Distinguished Researcher Award.


Date:Friday 14 December 2018


Venue:Thomas & Rachel Moore Education Center, Liverpool Hospital NSW 2170

Rehabilitation in the 21st Century: What we know, what we don’t know.

Friday 14th December, 2018

Thomas & Rachel Moore Education Centre, Liverpool Hospital NSW Australia

We invite you to join us for the 2nd Rehabilitation Conference by the Ingham Institute & the South Western Sydney Local Health District.

Our international and national speakers will address the conference theme, with a particular focus on neurological and physical rehabilitation.

You can view the Rehabilitation in the 21st Century here or for more information and to register your attendance, visit rehabilitationinthe21st century.org.au

Date:Friday 1 March 2019

Time:11am - 2pm

Venue:Camden Lakeside Golf and Country Club

2019 International Womens Day Luncheon

The annual International Women’s Day Luncheon, held in March, celebrates Women in Science. 2019 will mark our sixth year and we hope you can join us at this dynamic event.

We are excited to have Channel 7 Sunrise’s newsreader, Natalie Barr, return as Master of Ceremonies for our 2019 Hollywood themed luncheon which will also include entertainment, a two-course meal and an extensive range of raffle prizes to win.

Guests will meet researchers from the Institute’s Academic Unit of Child Psychiatryand  learn about the “Early Start Denver Model” and “Watch Me Grow” programs – world-first programs for the early identification and treatment of developmental disorders like Autism

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:Thursday 18 October 2018


Venue:Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens, Melbourne.

2018 Maternal Early Childhood Sustained Home-visiting International Conference

We invite you to join us for the 2018 MECSH Conference presented by the Translational Research and Social Innovation (TReSI) Group, which is part of the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Western Sydney University.

Maternal Early Childhood Sustained Home Visiting (MECSH) is a high-quality, evidenced based, nurse-led intervention for families needing extra support. There are currently MECSH programs operating in Australia, the UK, the Channel Islands, South Korea and the USA. The MECSH program supports families to create a more developmentally nurturing environment for their children.

This conference will showcase the importance of early years evidence based programs, presenting MECSH model research and world perspectives. Our international and national speakers will discuss MECSH programs embedded in universal health service systems.

You can view the MECSH 2018 Conference Program here or for more information and to register your attendance, visit mecsh2018.inghaminstitute.org.au


Date:Tuesday 17 July 2018


Venue:Ingham Institute, 1 Campbell Street, Liverpool

‘In Memory’ Evening

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 events@inghaminstitute.org.au