Current Partners


Fairfax & Roberts
  WIMR has partnered with Australia’s oldest established jewellery house, Fairfax & Roberts, to create a stunning collection, titled ‘Taia’.  The Taia collection features a bespoke bracelet available for sale, with profits donated to WIMR’s lifesaving work.  Purchases can be made here.  We are extremely proud and delighted to be working with Fairfax & Roberts to support ongoing research projects at WIMR.
Sell & Parker
WIMR is very grateful for Sell & Parker’s commitment to support our Brain Dynamics Centre, making a  significant contribution to vital mental health research. This research will improve diagnosis of chronic mental health disorders to dramatically improve patient care. We thank Sell & Parker for their ongoing support.

Exigo Tech

  WIMR is thrilled to be partnering with Exigo Tech, to work collaboratively on enhancing our ICT Infrastructure that drives WIMR's business operations. Exigo Tech is a technology solutions provider, headquartered in Sydney, focussed on providing consulting, delivery, and support services in three major categories: Infrastructure, Cloud and Application. Being a Microsoft Gold partner, Exigo Tech is staffed by a skilled group of IT Solutionists who work, day in, day out, to uphold the company's vision, 'Technology Made Simple'. We thank the whole team at Exigo Tech for their commitment and generous support.

Coleman Greig Lawyers

 We have partnered with Coleman Greig Lawyers who will provide ongoing pro-bono legal services with respect to WIMR’s Gifts in Wills program and will assist those wishing to make bequests to WIMR. Coleman Greig Lawyers has been providing legal services for more than 90 years, including Wills and Estate planning. We look forward to this valuable partnership and their ongoing assistance.   

Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences


WIMR is delighted to partner with the Powerhouse Museum to support its Coronavirus (COVID-19) Collection, which aims to record the scientific, economic, cultural and social impact the outbreak has had on Australia.

We will be working together to document the global crisis for the nation in regards to our work on development of a COVID-19 vaccine, contact tracing research and technology, as well as stories from lead researchers and patients to build a strong historical reference of critical research during this time.


Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF)

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The ACRF supported the construction of state-of-the-art melanoma research laboratories in our new building, with a major capital grant of $5 million.

The laboratories are being used to study the genetics and genomics of melanomas, helping researchers to better understand all the different mutations that exist in melanoma.

The ACRF is one of the largest private funders of high-impact cancer research in Australia. Click here to find out more about the Foundation.

WIMR would like to thank the following contributors to the building fund:

  • Australian Government
  • New South Wales Government
  • Australian Cancer Research Foundation
  • Westmead Medical Research Foundation
  • The Paul Ainsworth Family Foundation
  • Mr Malcolm Perkin and Mrs May Perkin
  • The Cecilia Kilkeary Foundation
  • Westmead Hospital Charitable Trust
  • The Ian Potter Foundation
  • Mr Max Hadlow and Pollie Pedal
  • Kids West Charity
  • Mr Patrick Wilde AM and Mrs Jane Wilde
  • Thyne Reid Foundation
  • Staff Specialists of Westmead Hospital
  • Yum! Restaurants Australia
  • The Chronican Foundation
  • Ms Pamela Shaw
  • ClubsNSW
  • Rotary Club of Holroyd / The Princess Quest
  • Rooty Hill RSL
  • Mr Wayne Webster and Mrs Lesley Webster
  • JJ Richards and Sons
  • Assoc Prof Robert Osborn and Mrs Joan Mary Osborn
  • Mr Robert Bothwell and Mrs Pam Bothwell
  • Parramatta Leagues 
  • Wenty Leagues
  • Arab Bank Australia
  • Blacktown Workers Club Group


Datacom director Mark Hilton receives a token of appreciation from the institute's Prof. Tony Cunningham.
Datacom director Mark Hilton receives a token of appreciation from the Institute's Prof. Tony Cunningham. 

Modern medical research requires the acquisition and interrogation of huge amounts of data. Datacom, one of Australia’s leading providers of corporate information technology solutions, has generously provided the Westmead Institute with equipment and technical support that is assisting in advancing vital research.

In particular, Datacom’s is supporting ground-breaking research into new brain imaging techniques. Data generated from these techniques allows our researchers to objectively “see” mental illnesses for the first time.

Click here to find out more about Datacom and its corporate social responsibility activities.