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Genomics in Practice Seminar Series Launch

Announcing the launch of the Genomics in Practice Seminar Series. 

The Genomics in Practice Seminar Series aims to promote discussion and collaboration for accelerated implementation of genomics into clinical practice. Through this initiative we hope to support researchers and clinicians alike in developing research impact and implementing improved clinical care through applied and translational genomics. Each session we will host genomics research and clinical experts to present their work and discuss the barriers and solutions for improving genomics delivery in healthcare in Queensland.

The first seminar will be held on the 24th February, 2022 and the speakers will be Professor Brandon Wainwright, a leader in genetics and genomics research in Australia, who will speak on the journey from molecular genetics to translational genomics and Dr John Mackintosh, a respiratory physician and rising star in clinical studies of interstitial lung disease, who will speak “Genetics at the Interstitial Lung Disease Coalface”.

The seminar is scheduled from 4-5pm, followed by discussion time, and is sponsored by Health Translation Queensland.

Please register and access the online session via eventbrite.

Register here for the Genomics in Practice Seminar

For more information contact the Genomic Institute on (07) 3646 1433 or email GenomicInstitute@health.qld.gov.au.

Genomics in Practice Seminar 1:

Time: 4:00pm to 5:30pm AEST
Date: Thursday 24 February
Topic: Translating genomics research into practice

For more information contact the Genomic Institute on (07) 3646 1433  or email GenomicInstitute@health.qld.gov.au

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