Are you looking for a way to contribute to the Ingham Institute’s goal of a healthier and disease free Australia? Our fundraising team is ready to provide support and guidance on how you can help and get involved.
At the Ingham Institute, our ultimate aim is to help people. We would like to see a healthy, disease-free Australia and a healthy, disease-free world. We work as part of a broader research community (both locally and globally), within our own local community of South West Sydney.
Our doors are open to the community and those that share our mission and passion. None of our research is possible in isolation; collaboration is fundamental to our success.
If you would like to learn more or wish to contribute to our work in some way, we’d love to hear from you.
Phone, fax and email
1 Campbell Street
Liverpool NSW 2170
PO Box 3151 (Westfields)
Liverpool NSW 2170
Our researchers are available to speak to the media on a broad range of topics related to our medical research streams. These include: Cancer, Clinical Science (comprising of Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes and Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases), Population & Health Services, Injury and Rehabilitation, and Mental Health.
Our researchers are also available to share their specific areas of expertise with corporate partners, community groups and other organisations. Talk to our Media, Marketing and Communications team to learn more.
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Ingham Institute Bloghttps://www.inghaminstitute.org.au/blog/
Ingham Institute Brand Guidelineshttps://www.inghaminstitute.org.au/ingham-institute-brand-guidelines/
Our Core Valueshttps://www.inghaminstitute.org.au/who-we-are/our-values/
REVIEW OF OPTIMAL RADIOTHERAPY UTILISATION RATEShttps://www.inghaminstitute.org.au/review-optimal-radiotherapy-utilisation-rates/
Treatment Delivery Uncertaintyhttps://www.inghaminstitute.org.au/treatment-delivery-uncertainty/