South West Sydney Research brings together healthcare, research and health education entities in South West Sydney as a co-ordinated Hub.


South West Sydney Research facilitates world-class research by supporting multi‑professional and multi‑centre collaboration, working to improve our competitiveness, and reducing barriers to research conduct and translation.


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We’ve got another award winner announcement! Congratulations Dr Tara Roberts @DrTaraLRoberts as the successful recipient of @ConcertTcrc’s #BridgingGrant! We’re building a superior high-performance Cancer workforce & planning for the future & Dr Roberts exemplifies this 👍🏿

A visual representation of scientific research across the indications of multiple therapeutic areas. From then to now, what are the areas being overlooked? (Sourced from MSI Group Ltd) #healthpriorities #researchpriorities

FREE online training: #DataScience is considered the "sexiest job of the 21st century." Learn data science in this full 6-hour course for absolute beginners from Barton Poulson of @datalabcc

Exciting PhD opportunity at University of New South Wales Sydney - Apply for a prestigious Scientia PhD Scholarship in 3D bioprinting and cancer in @MK_CCI lab!
@Lakmali_A @WalterMuskovic @chemfrieda @MLG_CCI @UNSW @NanoMed_UNSW

NEWS: A huge thrill to share news that our CEO & co-founder @MVEG001 Dr Marguerite Evans-Galea, scientist and advocate for greater diversity and equity for women in STEMM, named in the #QueensBirthdayHonours list as a Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

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All employees and formal affiliates of our partner organisations are members of South West Sydney Research. Our current partners include:

  • Gandangara LALC and Health Service
  • HammondCare (including Braeside Hospital)
  • Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research
  • Karitane
  • NSW Refugee Health Service
  • Ramsay Mental Health
  • Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors (STARTTS)
  • South Western Sydney Local Health District (SWSLHD)
  • South Western Sydney PHN
  • Southern Highlands Private Hospital
  • Tharawal Aboriginal Corporation
  • University of New South Wales
  • University of Sydney
  • University of Wollongong
  • Western Sydney University

South West Sydney Research members can access education and training provided through our partnering organisations. Through online profiles, we help you to publicise your professional work and also find others to form collaborative, multi-disciplinary teams. We are also working to minimise your reporting burden by bringing information from your employer and affiliate organisations (including University affiliations) together.

The district of South West Sydney has many research strengths. Just a few examples are cancer, population & community health, applied research, and nursing & allied health. We are lucky to have a diverse population that drives research to focus on the needs of our community. To see the great work being done in the region, visit our latest news pages. If you are a member of South West Sydney Research, Log In to connect with other researchers in the district.

There are many clinical trials being conducted in South West Sydney that cover a wide range of treatments and conditions. You can find more information about clinical trials in Australia at the NHMRC or Australian Clinical Trials web sites. Information on clinical trials in South Western Sydney is available here.

Visit our events/news page to find out what is happening in your area. Visit our community page for more information on how to become involved.