Australian Genomics developed a report for the Medical Research Future Fund, detailing priorities for pharmacogenomics research going forward.
News and research
On this page, you will find current research and news relating to genomics and genomic testing: explore here if you are interested in new research or advances in the area of genomics.
A major study into the meaningful involvement of community members in genomic research has culminated in the publication of a comprehensive set of guidelines for researchers
National legislation is required to protect people against life insurance discrimination based on their genetic results.
A suite of best-practice tools developed by GeneEQUAL will support health professionals to provide inclusive, person-centred and respectful genetic health care for people with intellectual disability.
The impact of Australia’s national initiative to accelerate the use of genomics in mainstream healthcare has been captured in a report published in the American Journal of Human Genetics.
The ethical issues surrounding genomic testing are often complex and varied. A Question of Ethics is a four-part blog series by Australian Genomics, in collaboration with the Biomedical Ethics Research Group at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.
Front Line Genomics interviewed Felicity Boardman, Professor of Social Science in Genomics at Warwick University in the UK, who aims to bring lived experience perspectives to reproductive genetic technology.
The involvement of community members in the actual process and design of health research would be much more prevalent if people were aware they could do it, an Australian Genomics…
In a world-first, Monash University is leading a DNA screening program that will allow Australians aged 18-40 to assess their risk of cancer and heart disease. It is thought that early detection of these diseases will allow young Australians to make more informed health decisions.