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.


There are many ways to be part of the health research community.


Read about our latest news at South West Sydney Research.


Do you have a high quality biospecimen collection and associated data that could be used to investigate priority health issues for NSW? Applications are now open for our Biospecimen Collection Grants (round two)

LATEST RESEARCH 📑: Our colleague Tim Churches and Louisa Jorm from the Centre for Big Data Research in Health publish in JMIR Public Health Surveillance on COVOID - a stochastic individual contact model used to evaluation COVID-19 interventions DOI: 10.2196/18965

Plenty of events listed on our events page for July including webinars from @AusHealthcare, @FranklinWomen @MBG_SPHERE @ConcertTcrc @AHPA_AU and more.

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Rush Hour: speed networking for researchers


Register now for Rush Hour – speed networking for researchers

Have you ever wished you could meet local researchers from other organisations with similar research interests? Would you like to talk about your research with people who could become future collaborators? Could you benefit from some fresh perspectives on the research questions you’re investigating?

And would you like to do all that in a low-key, fun environment with refreshments?

Join us for Rush Hour at the Research Showcase!

Where: Liverpool Catholic Club
When: 19 October (4.30 – 6.30pm)
Theme: Improving health outcomes in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities

The session will bridge the time between the end of the Research Showcase presentations and the start of the Awards Dinner on 19 October at the Liverpool Catholic Club. We will start with two short presentations by colleagues whose work matches the theme. This will be followed by facilitated networking time where everyone gets the chance to speak to six or seven people from other disciplines and organisations. The session will finish with some time for informal conversations over drinks and nibbles.

The theme is designed to appeal to a wide range of disciplines across the district. If you feel you have a connection with “Improving health outcomes in CALD communities”, please come along.

Spaces are limited so you must register to attend by Monday 10 October. Please email with the following details:

  1. Your name and role
  2. Your organisation and faculty/department
  3. A 1-2 sentence summary of your research interests and how they connect with the theme