Monday, 9 May 2011

Liverpool. 200 researchers at centre

LiverpoolThe Ingham Institute will be a focal point for medical research in south-western Sydney, bringing together more than 200 researchers in the one modern, purpose-built centre on the grounds of Liverpool Hospital. Ground work on the new $46.9 million institute building has begun and will include a wet research lab, a school simulation centre to train doctors and medical professionals, a research linear accelerator for cancer research and a clinical skills centre. Construction is due for completion in mid-2012. "We are fortunate to be on the Liverpool Hospital campus which, following the completion of its $390 million redevelopment, will become the largest hospital in NSW,” said the institute chairman, Terry Goldacre.



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