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MRinRT Symposium

5th MR in RT Symposium: Image -> Innovate -> Treat  The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research and a local organising committee are hosting the 5th MR in RT Symposium in Sydney, Australia from Tuesday 20 – Friday 23 June 2017. This year will be the first time this international conference has been held in the Southern hemisphere. The symposium theme,…

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08.03.2017

Developing a world-first radiotherapy measurement system

                          Researchers have been awarded funding to develop a world-first radiotherapy measurement system   Professor Peter Metcalf of the Centre for Medical Radiation Physics (CMRP) at the University of Wollongong, and a team of colleagues from across the south west Sydney district, have been awarded a $427,195 Cancer Council NSW project grant to…

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01.03.2017

Upcoming conferences

  MRinRT Conference The Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research and a local organising committee are hosting the 5th MR in RT Symposium in Sydney, Australia from 20-23 June 2017. FIND OUT MORE about this conference.   Primary Healthcare Research Conference The 2017 Primary Healthcare Research Conference is being held in Brisbane between 7-9th August, 2017. The conference organisers are…

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09.02.2017

New funds for MRI-Linac

The National Health and Medical Research Council has awarded $7 million for The Australian MRI-Linac Program Professor Paul Keall (The University of Sydney), Professor Michael Barton (Ingham Institute), and Stuart Crozier (The University of Queensland) have been awarded an NHMRC Program Grant for funding to begin in 2018. Approximately 48 per cent of cancer patients…

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13.04.2016

Ingham Institute Cancer Researchers Further Accelerate Development of Revolutionary Technology

A unique and world first large-scale split core MRI magnet will be craned into the Ingham Institute’s Research Bunker at Liverpool Hospital on Sunday 10 April at 7am – representing the final piece of equipment to consummate the Institute’s flagship MRI-Linac cancer research project. The MRI-Linac combines an MRI magnet with a Linear Accelerator (Linac…

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