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Thanks to all who presented at the 2019 #NDARCSeminar Series.

A number of videos are available to watch on our website including:
- Dr Fiona Shand from @blackoginst
- @AlisonRitter1 from @DrugPolicy_DPMP
- Prof Frederick Altice from Yale University

https://ndarc.med.unsw.edu.au/blog

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Ingham Institute 2016 Luncheon

Ingham Luncheon

SAVE THE DATE: FRIDAY 4 MARCH 2016

Following the successful Ingham Institute 2015 Luncheon, the Organising Committee is pleased to announce that plans are now well underway for the 2016 event.

The Luncheon will be held on Friday 4 March 2016 at the lovely Camden Lakeside Golf & Country Club and will celebrate International Women’s Day, highlighting the Institute’s ground-breaking research and celebrating the work of the Institute’s ‘Women in Science’.

The 2015 Luncheon was a resounding success and raised $50,000 for vital medical research. The legendary Denise Drysdale entertained the 300 strong member audience as the Master of Ceremonies with the lovely Channel 7 Weekend Sunrise Co-Host, Ms Monique Wright attending as Key Note Speaker. Click here for a copy of the special edition Ingham Institute 2015 Luncheon Newsletter for photos and a snapshot of the event.

The 2015 Luncheon was a sell-out event with bigger and better ideas for the 2016 Luncheon. Don’t miss out…. Stay tuned for more information.

In the meantime, for any enquiries relating to the 2016 Ingham Institute Luncheon, please contact Ingham Institute’s Community Relationships Manager, Tracey Roberts on 8738-9112 or tracey.roberts2@sswahs.nsw.gov.au