South West Sydney Research brings together healthcare, research and health education entities in South West Sydney as a co-ordinated Hub.MORE ABOUT SWSR
Congratulations to Professor Afaf Girgis and her team, who have been awarded the $5,000 SWSR Annual Prize to support their collaborative research. Their research aims to improve patient well-being and cancer outcomes by developing, implementing and evaluating a novel integrated e-health system that will facilitate the routine collection of patient reported outcomes (PROs) as part of standard practice.Details
Register now for Rush Hour – speed networking for researchers.
Have you ever wished you could meet other south west Sydney researchers with complimentary 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?
Join us for Rush Hour at the Ingham Institute: 12-1pm 31st October!Details
South West Sydney Research (SWSR) is offering a $5,000 prize to recognise and nurture collaborative research amongst our members. The winning research program can put the funds towards any research-related expense. Apply to receive recognition for your collaborative research! The deadline to apply is 22nd September 2017, with the SWSR Hub Prize recipient(s) announced at the Ingham Institute Awards Night.Details
South West Sydney Research small grant scheme awardees 2017 South West Sydney Research sponsors an annual small grant scheme to nurture new collaborations and aid research capacity building among our member organisations. This year, owing to the exceptional quality of submissions received, four $20,000 grants have been awarded. South West Sydney Research is pleased…Details
You’re invited to attend a fantastic two-part cancer-related research seminar at the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research! Where: Level 1 Boardroom, Ingham Institute, 1-5 Campbell Street, Liverpool When: Tuesday 18th July 12-1pm NO RSVP required Speaker One: Professor David Thomas, Head of Cancer Research at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney….Details