Genomics relies on digital capacity, both infrastructure and expertise. This includes forward planning for the responsible and efficient/streamlined collection, storage, use and management of genomic data.
The Genomic Institute is supporting genomics digital capacity development by:
- Supporting the adoption of the National Approach to Genomic Information Management (NAGIM) project blueprint.
- Developing digital projects for improved genomics use
- Enabling demonstrator and research project-based implementation analysis for digital capacity development
- Informing process for sustainability through demonstrator projects, including health technology assessment and financial audit
- Developing digital training supporting workforce capacity building in digital genomics.
The Whole Genomics Sequencing Partnership Program project is a demonstrator project within the Genomic Institute program, which is informing digital capacity development.
You will also find the developing educational resources in the Education Program, see the Digital Genomics Program .