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Ingham Institute celebrates ‘women in science’ at 3rd Annual Luncheon

Home grown international business success Narellan Pools praised for their generous support. The Ingham Institute was delighted to introduce Channel 7 Sunrise Newsreader Natalie Barr as Master of Ceremonies to over 250 community members, doctors and scientists attending its Luncheon on Friday 4 March. Held at the newly refurbished Camden Lakeside Golf & Country Club,…


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IWD: From scientist to new mum and back again: balancing motherhood and academia

Balancing motherhood and academia is set to become a little easier for female researchers at UNSW, thanks to a new scholarship named in honour of the 2015 NSW Woman of the Year, Professor Minoti Apte. The Faculty of Medicine scholarship, one of the first dedicated specifically to female early career researchers, will provide up to…


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The Ingham Institute is putting its Foot Down on the fastest growing noncommunicable disease in the world

You can help by donating some vital funds needed for the Ingham Institute diabetes research team. Did you know? Diabetes now leads as the most common non-communicable disease in the world.[i] Every six seconds a person dies from diabetes (5 million deaths globally). [ii] Around 280 Australians develop diabetes every day and by 2030 the…


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Ingham Institute 2016 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,…


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MET takes centre stage

One of the most revolutionary hospital patient care protocols in medical history, the Medical Emergency Team (MET), was placed in the spotlight at the Ingham Institute and SWSLHD 10th Annual Research and Teaching Showcase. The MET system was born out of Liverpool Hospital 25 years ago and is now the global mandate for patient treatment….


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